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2 business leaders named to Catholic schools posts

Archbishop William E. Lori announced that James B. Sellinger, a former IBM vice president who led the company’s operations in Baltimore for 20 years, has agreed to serve as chancellor of education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s school system.  The chancellor of education is a newly created position responsible for promoting the enrollment and fiscal health of the Archdiocese’s nearly 50 Catholic schools. In addition, Frank Bramble  Sr., a member of the board of directors for Bank of America and one-time CEO of Maryland National Bank, will serve as chairman of the Board of Education of the Archdiocesan school system. Bramble has recently served as interim president of Calvert Hall College High School and as chair of the Blue Ribbon Committee on Catholic Schools. Dr. Barbara McGraw Edmondson will continue serving as superintendent and executive director of schools for the Archdiocese, a position she has held since 2011.