Sister Margaret Juskelis, known to many in the Baltimore area as Sister Peggy, assumed the President’s role in September 2012. Before this, she completed over six years of service as Provincial Councilor, a member of the leadership team of the Atlantic-Midwest Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. Her prior twenty-five years of ministry were as a teacher and administrator in several Catholic high schools. In the Maryland area, these schools include the Institute of Notre Dame, Seton Keough High School, Cardinal Gibbons in Baltimore as well as Bishop Walsh High School in Cumberland, MD. For four years, Sr. Peggy taught at Madonna Academy in West Hollywood, Florida. The Baltimore native holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Loyola College (now University) in Baltimore and a Master’s degree in mathematics education from The Ohio State University. She has also completed further graduate study in education at Loyola and Notre Dame of Maryland (now University). Sr. Peggy is very excited to be sharing in the transformative education that takes place at Mother Seton Academy.