Anne Conroy, FCRH ’79
Anne Conroy is the director of development and communications at the Center for Family Representation, where she is responsible for communication strategy and private fundraising, including events, individual contributions, and foundation grants. Prior to this role, she served for four years as the director of development and communications at Goddard Riverside Community Center in Manhattan.
A social worker with an L.M.S.W., Conroy is also a Presbyterian (PCUSA) minister. She has served as an associate pastor at the First Chinese Presbyterian Church for six years and the Brick Presbyterian Church for six years. She was also a parish associate at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church for three years. Conroy currently serves on the board of the Partnership for Afterschool Education and previously served on the board of the Abraham Fund Initiatives, a peacemaking nonprofit in Israel with an international board membership.
Conroy earned a B.S. in psychology from Fordham College at Rose Hill and received her M.S.S.W. from Columbia University School of Social Work in clinical practice. Conroy also earned a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York City and received a professional certificate in fundraising from New York University.
She is married to Fran Conroy, also a graduate of Fordham College at Rose Hill. They are the parents of two grown daughters and have an 8-year-old granddaughter. The Conroys have made their home in Manhattan for the past 18 years.