The Rev. Grey Maggiano has accepted the call to become Memorial Episcopal’s next rector. He will be leaving Trinity Cathedral in Miami for the midwinter delights of Baltimore. He is a graduate of Williams College and has master’s degrees from Georgetown University and Virginia Theological Seminary. He served as a Presidential Management Fellow in the White House and State Department and was a law enforcement and counter-narcotics program manager in Afghanistan.
Grey’s church experience includes development of youth and young adult programs, as well as significant mission, leadership and congregational work in Uganda, Rwanda, Honduras and Colombia. He is passionate about presenting the Gospel to a multigenerational, multicultural community.
Both Grey and his wife Monica are fluent in Spanish, and their daughter Isabella is being raised bilingually. Monica is a public relations professional who has worked in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Grey’s hobbies include running, the Washington Nationals (let’s hope to convert him on that), Spanish literature, and teaching his daughter the finer intricacies of the infield fly.
The family expects to arrive in Baltimore in early March.
Grey will be working closely with Lois Eldred, Monty Howard, and the vestry and congregation of Memorial Episcopal for the long-term future. All are encouraged to come meet him.
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