New Secretary General for the Papal Foundation ACN
The Papal Foundation ACN headquartered in Koenigstein im Taunus has a new Secretary General. On 13 April last. Philipp Ozores, which had been finance director since 2013 of the foundation, known as Secretary-General. He was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1979. Spanish-German parents and was formerly part of the management team of the German branch of the Order of Malta. He has also worked as a consultant for the international consulting firm McKinsey. He is married and has three children. Philipp Ozores now takes the place of executive president John Baron von Heereman Zuydtwyck that ACN led since the organization was transformed in 2011 to a Papal Foundation.
Executive president John Baron Heereman von Zuydtwyck said in his speech on the occasion of the inauguration: “The Secretary-General has a very responsible job, because he is responsible for the operational management of ACN, both headquartered in Königstein as the entire foundation with its 21 offices. The key feature for a proper performance of this task lies not so much in the exercise of power, but in showing servitude. “
Ozores said in his inauguration speech: “I am very grateful that I have the privilege to ACN to perform work which I can live my faith.” If I can choose three guidelines for my job then I go for “Joy, feelings and impact – the omnipresent joy of God’s children; a deep sensitivity to the needs of our brothers and sisters in the faith; and orient themselves in a consistent manner so that we impact with the resources entrusted to us. “
The Papal Foundation ACN has 21 domestic offices and supports aid projects of the Catholic Church in more than 140 countries. Every year they receive more than 120 million euros in donations.