Announcing New GRACE Superintendent

Madeline Janssen | GRACE Director of Marketing & Communications

February 8, 2022

GRACE (Green Bay Area Catholic Education) is excited to announce the hiring of Mr. Drew Mulloy as the GRACE Superintendent. 

Mr. Mulloy is a graduate of UW-Green Bay, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and earned his teaching certification. In 2015, he received his masters of science in educational leadership from Cardinal Stritch University. 

He has experience teaching at the elementary and middle school levels as well as extensive experience in leadership and educational management across the GRACE system. Throughout his time with GRACE, Mr. Mulloy has served in additional roles including principal of Our Lady of Grace Virtual Academy and interim principal at Holy Family School. He has led in-depth studies for GRACE on summer school, preschool, and childcare. In 2021, Mr. Mulloy received the Herb Kohl Principal Leadership Award. Additionally, he was recently named a “Future 15” recipient sponsored by the Greater Green Bay Chamber Chapter of Current Young Professionals. He volunteers with St. John the Baptist Parish and is a member of the Board of Education at Notre Dame Academy.

“I am thrilled to invite Mr. Mulloy into this newly-created leadership role of Superintendent as we continue to position for growth and further development of learning and faith throughout our large system of Catholic education. Mr. Mulloy’s deep commitment to our Catholic faith as well as his leadership skills will be integral to this important position.” ~Kimberly Desotell, GRACE President

Mr. Mulloy stated, “I am blessed to have this new opportunity to serve the families through the ministry of Catholic education. I am humbled to be a part of the mission of GRACE, seeking to nurture the spiritual, emotional, and academic health of each child. GRACE is filled with outstanding principals, teachers, and staff. The opportunity to work alongside all GRACE schools is truly a blessing. The capacity and unique charism of each school is unique, giving families choices in their education. I’m excited for the opportunity to work with each of these schools in a new capacity.”

“Under Mr. Mulloy’s leadership, St. John the Baptist School has seen significant growth in enrollment, student achievement, and family engagement,” President Desotell said. “I am confident that through his vision and strong faith, Drew will continue to guide and evolve the GRACE system, benefitting our entire community of students, teachers, faculty, and families.”

Mr. Mulloy will remain principal at St. John the Baptist School through the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year, and will start his new role as GRACE Superintendent on July 1, 2022. 


GRACE stands for Green Bay Area Catholic Education and is a nine-school system that provides excellence in preschool through tenth-grade education and serves the 23 Catholic parishes within the Greater Green Bay community. GRACE schools range in offerings and locations, and each has its own distinct history, focus and parish connections. GRACE is among the largest Catholic school systems in the state of Wisconsin. To learn more, visit