Sister M. Ramona Dombrowski serves on various Boards of Felician-sponsored Ministries as well as the Milwaukee Birthright Board. She is a volunteer Eucharistic Minister at St. Francis Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and volunteers as needed at Villa St. Francis. Sister Ramona had worked with Felician Services, Inc., from its inception in 1990 as a Board Member, Secretary, Chair of the Board, and Vice President Liaison to Felician-sponsored Ministries.
Sister Ramona served in Milwaukee from 1983 to 2005 in various positions: Vice President at St. Francis Hospital, Administrator and President/CEO of Villa St. Francis, and President/CEO of the Child Development Center of St. Joseph. Prior to her involvement in the Health Care ministry, Sister Ramona taught in Catholic elementary schools in Chicago, Illinois, and was a teacher and principal at Good Counsel High School in Chicago.
Sister Ramona received her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Mundelein College with a minors in Math and Secondary Education. She also earned a Master of Science for Teachers in Chemistry from the University of Missouri-Rolla; completed course requirements for a Master’s in Education and Secondary Education Administration Certificate; and received her Master of Health Administration from St. Louis University.