Sr. Phyllis Kemper
After completing Phyllis Kemper’s term in congregational leadership, God surprised her in the opportunity to be a co-moderator at Mt. Notre Dame Health Center. The moderators’ role is to foster community life for the sisters, who include not only the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, but also the Ursulines of Brown County and Poor Clare sisters who are also residents. The moderators help new resident sisters integrate into the health care community, facilitate celebrations, and provide supportive presence to sisters who are completing their journey to eternal life. She is honored to be the first non-Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in this position and very happy to be part of the health center community.
Phyllis is a member of the Ursuline Academy Board of Trustees, serving as co-chair of the Legacy/Governance Committee and the chair of the Legacy/School Culture Task Force. This service is important to her because the Ursuline Academy community needs to be well-grounded in the legacy of St. Angela and the Ursulines of Brown County for they will be keeping our legacy alive after our congregation has come to completion.