Community Champion

Posted by Dana Hinton

January 18, 2024

Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber has recognized Vincentian Collaborative System CEO Dean Owrey as a Community Champions Individual Honoree

Dean does an amazing job as President and CEO of Vincentian Collaborative System. He cares about Vincentian deeply and is a kind and thoughtful community leader. Owrey joined the Vincentian team in February 2020 as Chief Financial Officer. He has more than 30 years of strategic leadership experience and has driven a digital transformation in finance at Vincentian while also supporting major organization-wide initiatives amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout his career, Owrey has held board member positions for several non-profit organizations, including as Treasurer for the American Red Cross – Southwestern PA Chapter. He also served as head coach for the Quaker Valley High School boys varsity baseball team for four seasons.

Vincentian is a nonprofit health care and human services organization that provides a continuum of care, including independent living, personal care, memory care, short-term rehabilitation, and skilled nursing. Vincentian coordinates several senior care, senior living and childcare campuses across the Greater Pittsburgh area. The Vincentian system traces its history back to the Holy Rosary Cottage, founded in McCandless by the Sisters in 1924 to serve 24 residents. Vincentian is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.

 

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