Cathedral Square Corporation (CSC) welcomed a familiar face back to their Board of Directors on January 20, 2008. Eadie Templin, a prominent member of the community and a professor of Accounting at Champlain College has been re-elected to serve on the CSC Board of Directors after her first time serving on the Board many years ago.
Besides serving on the CSC Board in its early years, Eadie Templin has been a member of St. Paul’s Cathedral, the creator of CSC in 1977. She has served on the vestry, Flower Guild and many other committees at St. Paul’s. At the diocesan level she has been on the Commission on Ministry, the Standing Committee and the Search Committee that resulted in the election of Bishop McLeod. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts and a Masters of Business Administration in accounting from The University of Vermont.
Jean Harry, President of the Board says, “She is sure to be a great asset to the Board because of her long-time relationship with Cathedral Square. We are proud to welcome Eadie back.”
Cathedral Square Corporation is an award-winning developer, owner and manager of affordable housing for older Vermonters and individuals with disabilities. CSC is proud to be an American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) Quality First participant and an equal opportunity employer and housing provider.