The Advancement Team

Our daily goal is to advance the mission of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas by attracting and fostering lasting relationships to support the growth and development of the school. We seek the maximum benefit to the students while encouraging broad participation in the Jesuit community.

The staff is always happy to be of service and answer questions. For assistance, please see the directory/descriptions below for the appropriate contact information.

B.J. Antes

Executive Director - Jesuit Foundation
Vice President of Advancement

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B.J. coordinates development activity in the department and directly manages the annual Parents Challenge Drive. He also oversees event and alumni functions. B.J. came to Jesuit after serving as the athletic director for the Dallas Parochial League. He obtained his BS in Accounting from Murray State and an MBA from Southern Methodist University. He is married to Camille and has two sons.

Dave Anderson

Director of Development
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Dave directs all matters related to Challenge Drive and Jesuit Dads of Grads (JDOGs) in addition to major gift initiatives. Prior to joining Jesuit Dallas, Anderson served as the Director of Development at Rogers State University (OK) in addition to a five-year stint as the Director of Junior Golf Operations at the Northern Texas PGA. A graduate of Arizona State University, Anderson and his wife, Molly, have one son and one daughter.

Jan Deck

Event Coordinator
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Jan taught in the Carrollton and Plano school systems for 15 years prior to joining the auction committee 8 years ago. She is responsible for coordinating the efforts of committee chairs and members, auction calendar, event planning and accounting for the school's auction. Jan received a degree in Education from Texas State University and has one son who is a Jesuit alumnus.

Natalie Devero

Office Manager
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Before coming to Jesuit, Natalie was the office manager for Chi Omega Christmas Market, a non-profit that has distributed more than $6 million to the Dallas Community over the past 36 years. Natalie chaired the Jesuit Celebration Auction in 2009 and was president of the JWA in 2011-12. She is very happy to officially be a part of the Jesuit team. She is married to Phil and has three children, two daughters and a 2009 Jesuit grad.

Jessica Harbin

Director of Development
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Jessica is responsible for the MAGIS Golf Classic and other annual giving initiatives. Jessica spent three years at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas, as a development officer before coming to Jesuit. She is also a graduate of St. Mary's with an M.A. in communication studies and a B.A. in English-communication arts. Jessica was a member of the women's golf team where she earned All-American and Academic All-American honors.

James Kramer

Director of Communications
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James directs all matters related to Jesuit’s media presence while developing and executing a communications strategy for the Office of Advancement. Prior to joining Jesuit Dallas, Kramer served as the director of communications and marketing at Allegheny College (Pa.) in addition to a seven-year stint as the director of athletic communications at MIT. A graduate of Marshall University, Kramer and his wife, Eva, have one son.

Rosann Mack

Communications Assistant & Creative Consultant
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Rosann oversees data collection & accuracy in the challenge drive and provides creative expertise and support for all special events. Rosann and husband Brad have two sons, both graduates of Jesuit.


Sean McMullen '96

Director of Alumni Relations
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Sean directs all matters related to Alumni and their involvement and integration into the Jesuit Community through the Alumni Association, Jesuit Alumni Lettermen’s Club and the alumni networking/affinity groups. Sean graduated from Jesuit Dallas in 1996 and then went on to obtain his BA in Public Relations from Texas Tech University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) from South Texas College of Law in Houston. Prior to joining Jesuit Dallas, McMullen worked in sports marketing and practiced law for 10 years.

Vernon Mullen ’05

Digital Communications Specialist
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Vernon manages web content and social media platforms on behalf of the school. After graduating from Jesuit Dallas, he earned his Bachelors in Business Administration from Northwood University. Prior experience includes freelancing in print design, web development, and portrait photography.

Maureen Nawalaniec

Development Services Manager and Staff Accountant
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Maureen handles accounting for the Office of Advancement and also oversees Development Services. This includes stewardship (donor acknowledgements) and the databases for gift and auction records. She supports the Advancement team in the Capital and Endowment campaigns as well as the Annual Fund drives. Maureen and her husband, Steve, have four children including a son at Jesuit Dallas (and one who is an alumnus).

Candice Price

Publication Coordinator - Graphic Design Specialist
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Candice is responsible for ensuring compliance of Jesuit Dallas brand standards while providing direction for usage and designs on any & all print collateral for Jesuit Dallas. Before coming to Jesuit, Candice attended Savannah College of Art and Design and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design.

Pat Sayers

MAGIS Coordinator
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Pat is coordinator of the MAGIS Golf Classic. A long-time volunteer at Jesuit in various areas including Mentor Moms, Booster Club and Celebration Auction, Pat Co-Chaired the Auction in 2011. In 2013, she served as volunteer coordinator for the MAGIS Golf Classic. Pat and her husband, Brian, are the proud parents of three Jesuit Dallas boys – classes 2010, 2012 and 2016.

Advancement Office Mission
Consistent with our Christian values, we advance the mission of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas by attracting and fostering lasting relationships to support the growth and development of the school. We seek the maximum benefit to the students while encouraging broad participation in the Jesuit community.