Nancy Gorevin Costello is a 1971 graduate of Cabrini College.
Costello taught in private schools for several years at the elementary and junior high school levels while earning a master of science degree in elementary education at West Chester University.
Costello served as a director in the Cabrini College Institutional Advancement office and later inaugurated the office of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (MSC) Mission Integration at the College.
She is a co-founder of the Philadelphia-area Catholic Collegiate Mission Consortium. Costello was appointed as the Stella Maris Province Director of Mission Integration for the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Costello currently serves as the Website/Communications Director for the Province and coordinates the Stella Maris Province Vocation Promotion Team.
Costello holds a master of science degree in pastoral care and counseling with a concentration on the spirituality of organizations, from Neumann University.
Additionally, she holds a certification in fundraising from the University of Pennsylvania and graduate certification in Mission Leadership Development for Catholic healthcare.
Costello has served as president of the College’s Alumni Board and has served three terms on the Alumni Board of Directors. Costello served a previous term on the College’s Board of Trustees from 1985 to 1991.
She is a recipient of the College’s Martha Dale Distinguished Service Award for loyalty and dedication.
The Grace and Joseph Gorevin Fine Arts Gallery on campus was named in memory of Costello’s parents.
She is an active volunteer at St. Thomas of Villanova Parish. A resident of Radnor, Pa., Costello and her husband Tom have two grown children and six grandchildren.