Religious Leader Joins Hoffman

Sr. Nancy Conway will serve as Facilitation & Engagement Specialist

Published Friday, February 14, 2020

For decades, Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. has been a recognized leader in assisting religious congregations throughout the country. That expertise will get a further boost with the addition of Sr. Nancy Conway, CSJ, as a Facilitation & Engagement Specialist.


Sr. Nancy most recently served as president of the Congregation of St. Joseph(CSJ) —a position that saw her collaborate with Hoffman on the planning, design, and construction of the CSJ campuses in Wichita, Nazareth, La Grange Park, and Cleveland. In her new position, she will provide another dimension and unique perspective to Hoffman’s planning efforts with religious congregations. 


“We are excited to welcome Sr. Nancy to the Hoffman team,” said Julie Heiberger, Religious Market Leader at Hoffman. “She is a nationally respected leader in the religious community and has worked with several congregations as they’ve dealt with difficult transitions involving their future. Her insight and understanding of the personal struggles sisters encounter will be invaluable to the congregations we assist.”


Sr. Nancy’s education background includes a B.A. in Spanish, a Master’s in Social Administration, and her Ph. D. in Organizational Development. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, she entered the founding congregation there in 1966.


“I’m looking forward to joining Hoffman as they continue to serve religious communities across the United States,” Sr. Nancy said. “This is a wonderful opportunity for me to support and assist leaders and their congregations as they deal with the challenges of future planning.”


Hoffman has served more than 55 religious congregations in 28 states over the past 25+ years. Hoffman is currently working with the Sisters of Good Shepherd – Central South Province in Ohio, the Daughters of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in New Orleans, the Adrian Dominicans and the Congregation of St. Joseph in Michigan, and the Sinsinawa Dominicans and the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Wisconsin.