University Communications

Marie Moughan to Receive Achievement Award

Marie Moughan, executive director of University Communications at Immaculata University and graduate of the Class of 1987, will receive the Achievement Award from the Great Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce (GVRCC) on Wednesday, March 14, during their annual Profile Awards Dinner.  The GVRCC is recognizing Moughan and other awardees for their achievements and contributions to the business community.

            “Marie’s dedication to the chamber has been such a great help to me personally, and to the organization.  Her spirit of involvement continues to amaze me.  She is responsible for so much and yet always has the time to take on more.  Marie’s upbeat personality and great sense of humor makes working with her a pleasure. On behalf of the Chamber, we applaud and congratulate her on this award, it is well deserved,” commented Mary Ann Severance, president of the GVRCC.

            From 2006 – 2008, Moughan served as chair of the GVRCC and has been on its board for the past 15 years.  As a dedicated volunteer, she has been instrumental in the success of many events including the annual GVRCC annual dinner, the golf open and various fund raisers.  Currently as executive director of University Communications at Immaculata for the past 15 years, Moughan has been responsible for public relations and marketing for the University and was influential in bringing the story of the championship Mighty Macs to the big screen by reaching out to local Hollywood director Tim Chambers.  In 2004 Moughan was honored by her peers as the recipient of the prestigious Don Hale Award from the College and University Public Relations Association of Pennsylvania. She also is a member of the Board of Directors of the Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC).

            “I am humbled by this Award from the Chamber.  I have been a part of the Great Valley and Chester County communities since 1997, and hopefully, have contributed in a small way to its growth.  It is only through the support given to me by a great University, Immaculata, that I am able to assist the Great Valley Chamber, its members, and the community,” commented Moughan.

            Immaculata University is a residential, Catholic, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.