Glick, Wendy

Wendy GlickMrs. Wendy Glick

Sample Talks (descriptions below): Faith and Learning; Service Learning; Them and Us; Judging the Poor through Middle and Upper Class Values

A sample of Wendy’s topics:

  • Social Justice
  • Serving the Poor

Speaker's Bio: Wendy holds a bachelor of arts degree from Stephens College in Columbia, MO.  She has been married for more than 30 years to her husband Karl and they have two sons, Kyle, 27 and Cody, 23.

At Catholic Charities, Inc. as the Director of Development and Community Relations, Wendy works to create fundraising and communications strategies to increase support from individuals, corporations and foundations.

In her leadership position, she plays a key role in identifying, cultivating and soliciting major donors for capital and annual gifts, and securing the resources necessary to ensure the daily operation of the agency.  In addition, she manages the volunteer relations, stewardship, marketing and community relations efforts for the agency.

After nearly 15 years of working in for-profit business, Wendy began her work in not-for-profit businesses in 1988 serving as the volunteer coordinator for Catholic Charities.  In 2002 she moved over to another diocesan ministry, The Lord's Diner, and for 8 years served as its executive director before stepping down in July, 2011.

Wendy's return to Catholic Charities comes from her desire to "do more" and through her work to have a greater impact on the lives of those in need.  Her ultimate goal is to share the multiple ways Catholic Charities stabilizes families in crisis and strengthens families for life so that donors will know their gifts will be used to alleviate poverty and build strong families in the Diocese of Wichita.







Faith and Learning

What is God's Plan for you?  Learning your life's path through relating scripture to life experiences


45 minutes


Service Learning

The 4 steps for providing meaningful volunteer work to instill stewardship as a way to experience your faith.


45 minutes


Them and Us: Judging the Poor through Middle and Upper Class Values

Understanding those living in generational poverty.


1 hour