GOD IS DOING A NEW THING THROUGH STAFF CHANGES & HIRINGS
EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE EPISCOPAL OFFICE and PART-TIME EPISCOPAL OFFICE ASSISTANT
February 9, 2022
We are excited to announce to you that Mollye Inners has been hired as the Executive Administrative Assistant to the Episcopal Office. This decision was made after the position was advertised and interviews conducted.
Many of you already know that Mollye is currently the Receptionist/Administrative Assistant for the Susquehanna Conference. Mollye has been in that current role for almost 4 years. Mollye has shown great knowledge and skill in her current role.
Mollye brings many skills to her new position. Having worked in church settings for her entire career, she brings a strong commitment to Christ and to the United Methodist Church. People who have talked to Mollye when they call the conference office have found her to be a friendly voice who is extremely knowledgeable and helpful. She is also proficient in the technology that is needed in the office.
Her work in the Episcopal Office will be to provide administrative and secretarial support for us as your Bishops and for the Episcopal office. She will also provide overall support of the ministry within the Susquehanna Annual Conference.
In addition to Mollye’s numerous skills, she earned a BA in Elementary Education with a 4.0 GPA in Elementary Education.
We look forward to the addition of Mollye in the Episcopal Office beginning March 1.
We are also extremely grateful for the work of Diane Konieczny. As you know, Diane has been working part-time as the Executive Administrative Assistant during this interim period. She has done an incredible job in providing administrative support for the Episcopal Office.
We are very pleased that Diane has agreed to transition into a new part-time role. Diane will work about 2 days a week in the Episcopal Office. She will work with the Episcopal staff, the DS’s and the District Administrative Assistants in maintaining the clergy database as well as other office duties.
We give thanks to God for God’s leading in the process of discerning and hiring Mollye. And we are grateful for Diane’s willingness to take on a new challenge with her new part-time position.
Bishop Cynthia Moore-Koikoi Bishop Sandra Steiner Ball