Archdiocese of Cincinnati announces appointment of Director of Dayton and Northern Regions Catholic Schools
Gregg Marino, most recently Academic Dean at Carroll High School in Dayton, has been appointed Director of Dayton and Northern Region Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Archdiocesan Schools, announced the appointment Wednesday afternoon. (April 23.) The appointment is effective July 1.
“In his present capacity, he helped to shape and monitor the high quality of teaching and learning at Carroll,” Dr. Rigg said.
From 2008-2011, Marino served as the Principal of Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School in Dayton. Prior to that, he served as a high school development officer, an adjunct professor, and a human resources executive in the private sector.
“Gregg is a man of great wisdom,” Dr. Rigg said. “His intelligence, calm demeanor, and variety of skill sets will be assets to our schools. Gregg is a man of deep and evident faith, and I am pleased to utilize his spirituality and passion.”
Marino is a former member of the U.S. Army, Airborne Division. He achieved his bachelor’s in business from Wright State University in 1992. He holds a Masters’ in Adult Education from Wright State University and a Masters’ in Educational Leadership from Antioch University, McGregor.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati is the 38th largest Catholic diocese in the country, with almost 500,000 Catholics, and has the sixth largest network of Catholic schools in terms of enrollment. The 19-county territory includes 213 parishes and 113 Catholic primary and secondary schools.