About the Board
The Board determines and promotes the organization’s mission and vision for the profession and future of Catholic chaplaincy and Clinical Pastoral Education, sets policy, and assesses and approves certification standards, education, programs, and services that are appropriate to that mission and vision.
NACC Board Members
Carolanne B. Hauck
Carolanne B. Hauck, BCC was certified in 2007 and since then has volunteered with NACC mostly through her passion for the certification process. She began as an interviewer, served as an ITE for six years and one year as a commissioner.
Professionally Carolanne worked for ten years as staff chaplain at Lancaster General Health/Penn Medicine’s Women and Babies Hospital where she helped to coordinate the Perinatal and Palliative Bereavement programs.
Since 2013 she has served as Director of Chaplaincy Care & Education at Lancaster General/ Penn Medicine Hospital in Lancaster County Pennsylvania and looks forward continuing to work with NACC.
Deacon Jack R. Conrad BCC
Deacon Jack R. Conrad, BCC is the Manager of Spiritual Care at CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center in Santa Fe, NM. He has been a member of NACC since 2008 and received his certification in 2009. He has served in various leadership roles including the NACC Finance Committee, as a Certification Team Member for multiple years, and his service as State Liaison when he was ministering in Tennessee and now in New Mexico. In his service to NACC, Dn. Jack has written for NACC Vision, presented at NACC conferences and webinars and participated in strategic planning groups and Association initiatives.
The priorities of the Board for Dn. Jack are: 1) support the core membership; 2) ensure the upgrade of technical capability consistent with the strategic needs; 3) encourage research in the profession; 4) strategic partnering with other Chaplain organizations and Church Ministries (Pastoral Care); and 5) help develop the next generation of Chaplains and Pastoral Care Ministers.
Austine Duru, MDiv, MA, MHA, BCC
Austine Duru joined NACC in 2008 and was first certified in 2010. He has had the privilege of serving the NACC in various capacities, including as Interviewer, Interview Team Educator, Commissioner, Research Advisory Panel, and Editorial Advisory Panel member. Austine is a regular contributor to Vision – the NACC publication, and has presented at several NACC conferences, webinars, and workshops. He currently serves as the vice president of Mission for Bon Secours Mercy Health, serving in north-east Ohio.
Rev. Richard J. Bartoszek BCC
Fr. Rich Bartoszek is the Director of Spiritual Care at Beaumont Hospital in Grosse Point, Michigan. Rich is a priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit and serving in Healthcare for twenty-six of his thirty-two years of ministry. It was his ministry to those living with HIV and AIDS in the early 90’s, that lead him through the support of his bishop into healthcare ministry. Rich has belonged to NACC for many years but his call to a deeper involvement came when he was asked be the Liturgy Chair for the 2015 Conference, which was the 50th Anniversary of NACC. Working with that committee provided an experience of grace that has left Rich deeply committed to NACC.
Beverly B. Beltramo, DMin, BCC
Beverly Beltramo earned her NACC Board Certification in 2005 and has served NACC in a variety of roles including Chair of the Governance Committee, Nominations Panel, Michigan State liaison, Conference Chair for the 50th Anniversary National Conference, Certification Interviewer, ITE, and National Conference Workshop Chair. She currently serves as the Director of Spiritual Care for Ascension Michigan, serving fourteen hospitals across the state. Previously she has served as the Chief Mission Officer for St Joseph Mercy Oakland in Pontiac, Michigan and the System Director for Spiritual Care for Oakwood Health System in Dearborn, Michigan.
Erica Cohen Moore