The Church Pension Fund Appoints Canon Anne M. Vickers as Chair of Its Board of Trustees

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Church Pension Fund, a financial services organization that serves The Episcopal Church, announced the election of Canon Anne M. Vickers, CFA, as Chair of its Board of Trustees effective upon the close of the 81st General Convention of The Episcopal Church. She succeeds Canon Kathryn McCormick, who served as chair since 2022. In addition, the Rt. Rev. Austin K. Rios and the Very Rev. Sandye A. Wilson have been elected vice chairs. They succeed Canon Rosalie Simmonds Ballentine and the Rt. Rev. Brian N. Prior, who served as vice chairs since 2022 and 2018 respectively. 

“We are pleased to announce the election of Anne, Austin, and Sandye as the new leadership of The Church Pension Fund Board of Trustees,” said Mary Kate Wold, Chief Executive Officer and President of CPF. “They are recognized leaders in the Church with years of experience on the board, and I am excited to continue to work with them on behalf of those who serve our Church.

“I want to thank Kathryn for her work over these past two years, particularly regarding her diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. She has advocated for ensuring that all voices are heard, and she leaves a legacy that has only made the board stronger.

“I also want to thank Rosalie and Brian for their support and dedication in their roles as vice chairs,” Ms. Wold concluded.

Canon Vickers said, “I have been involved with the Church since my early years, and it is an honor to serve as the next chair of the CPF Board. CPG will continue to play an important role as the Church evolves. I look forward to working tirelessly on behalf of the Church in this new role.”

View an interview with Canon Vickers that will be featured in CPG’s upcoming 2024 Annual Report.

About the Church Pension Group
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