Sister Jane Ann Breen
Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
Testimonial Quote: I treasure being part of a lovely and progressive community. I can develop my talents and use them.
Entrance Date: August 1, 1968
First Profession Date: June 5, 1971
Perpetual Profession Date: July 27, 1974
• Principal License Renewal (2010)
• Continuing Education - Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN (2002)
• Continuing Education - University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN (1994)
• Secondary Administration Certificate - Butler University, Indianapolis, IN (1990)
• Master’s degree in Sociology - Ball State University, Muncie, IN (1976)
• Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education - St. Benedict College, Ferdinand, IN (1970)
• Tutor (2014-Present)
• Red Cross Instructor (2013-2015)
• Cultural Diversity, Multicultural Studies, Sociology and History 101 and 102 Instructor at Ivy Tech Community College, IN (2004-2015)
• Sociology Instructor at Oakland City University at the Women's Correctional Center in Madison, IN (2009-2010)
• Principal, Psychology, Sociology and Religion Teacher at Shawe Memorial High School in Madison, IN (1999-2003)
• Principal, Psychology and Sociology Teacher and Coordinator of Summer Enrichment Program at Marian Heights Academy in Ferdinand, IN (1995-1999)
• Co-Chair Social Studies Department, Social Studies Teacher, Freshman-Junior Proctor, Assistant Basketball and Softball Coach at Marian Heights Academy in Ferdinand, IN (1981-1999)
• Sociology and Psychology Instructor at Vincennes University in Jasper, IN (1981-1991)
• Social Studies Teacher, Girls' Track Coach at Mater Dei High School in Evansville, IN (1974-1981)
• Psychology and Sociology Instructor at Vincennes University in Jasper, IN (1973)
• Social Studies Teacher, Sophomore Proctor, Assistant Basketball Coach at Academy of the Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand, IN (1972-1974) Altar Breads
Present Ministry: Tourism, tutor, chauffeur, garden, monastery services.
Other Interests: Reading, travel, and family.
What attracted me to this community: How the Sisters treated each other.