Fr. Greg Jakubowicz, OFM

Solemnly Professed Franciscan Friar in the Order of Friars Minor, Holy Name Province
Solemn Profession: September 2003

Education:
Bachelor of Arts – 1987
Saint Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY
Major: Mass Communication (Magna Cum Laude)
Juris Doctor – 1990
SUNY at Buffalo School of Law, Amherst, NY
Admitted NYS Bar (1991 – present)
Master of Divinity – 2004
Washington Theological Union, Washington, DC
Ordained to Presbyterate (May 2004)

Ministries as Franciscan Friar:
College Chaplain, Hilbert College, Hamburg, NY August 2014 – present
Responsible for the pastoral care and spiritual life of undergraduate liberal arts college.
Promote the institution’s Franciscan and Catholic identity and mission. Teach classes in area
of Liberal Studies including “Moral Issues in Contemporary Society.”
College Chaplain, Siena College, Loudonville, NY 2009 – 2014
Responsible for the pastoral care as well as the sacramental and spiritual life of
undergraduate liberal arts college. Played key role in articulating and promoting the
Colleges’s Franciscan and Catholic identity and mission.

Chief Operating Officer, Washington Theological Union, Washington, DC 2007 – 2009
Assisted President in the management of day-to-day activities of graduate school of
theology. Planned, developed, implemented, and managed institutional strategy for
operational management and development. Monitored and reviewed organizational logistics.
Vocation Director, Holy Name Province, New York, NY 2005-2007.

Responsible for the promotion of vocations to the Province and overseeing admissions.
Assistant Professor of Business Law, St. Bonaventure University, NY 2004-2005
Taught Business Law I, II; Academic Advisor to 40+ freshmen; Member, University Long
Range Planning Committee; and Member, Athletic Strategic Planning Committee.
Deacon, St. Camillus Parish, Silver Spring, MD 2003-2004.

Teaching Intern in Business Law, St. Bonaventure University, NY 2002-2003
AIDS Minister, Damien Ministries, Washington, DC 2001-2002
Summer Ministerial Intern, St. Francis City Ministry Center, Providence, RI 2001
Catechist in RCIC program, St. Camillus Parish, Silver Spring, MD 2000-2001
Summer Ministerial Intern, St. Bonaventure Parish, Paterson, NJ 2000
Hispanic Ministry, Langley Park Comunidad Catolica, Silver Spring, MD 1999-2000
Campus Ministry, LaSalle Academy, Providence, RI 1998-1999
Vocation Education Counselor, Create Young Adult Center, New York, NY 1997-1998
Youth Minister, Holy Cross Parish, Bronx, NY 1997-1998

Work Experience:
Lawyer-Editor, The Michie Company (now LexisNexis), Charlottesville, VA 1992-1997
Held a variety of responsibilities in different divisions including Professional Publications,
Electronic Publishing, and State Code Editorial. Chaired committee to develop processes
to improve return-on-investment of CD-ROM product line.

E-mail: frgregJ@gmail.com