Padua Franciscan High School has named Tony Shuman ’91 as the new Vice President of Advancement. He will officially begin his new role on July 1.
Shuman joined Padua in 1996 as a coach and was hired in 1999 as a full-time Business teacher, which is the job he leaves to take on this new role. In addition, he served as Padua’s Head Football Coach from 2006 until 2015.
“Tony is uniquely qualified for this position having developed strong relationships with so many over the past 23 years as teacher, mentor, and coach,” said President David Stec ’86. His faith, dedication, and passion for our mission has made an incredible impact here at Padua and I look forward to Tony continuing to provide exceptional leadership for the future of our alma mater in his new role.”
The Vice President of Advancement leads the Alumni and Constituent Relations Office and oversees fundraising events, including the annual day of giving – Bruins Big Give – and the Bruin Benefit auction.
“Padua Franciscan High School is very special to me and my family,” said Shuman. “Both as an alum and employee, I have been blessed with the opportunity to build relationships with so many fantastic members of our Bruin community over the years. I’m excited to continue to serve our Padua family in this new role,” he continued.
Shuman earned his Bachelor of Science in Business with an emphasis in Marketing from Miami University and his Master of Science in Education from the University of Akron.