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Veronica Alonzo, Ed.D.

Adjunct Professor of Catholic School Leadership

Professional Experience & Education

Veronica Alonzo, Ed.D. has worked for 20 years in numerous Catholic schools. She is currently the Associate Superintendent for Operations for the Diocese of Dallas. Dr. Alonzo received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame, her Masters of Art in Teaching from the University of Portland, and her Doctorate from the University of Phoenix in Educational Leadership. In addition, Dr. Alonzo has completed the Catholic School Leadership Program from the University of Dallas and is a graduate of the Alliance for Catholic Education Program from the University of Notre Dame that focuses on advanced teaching methods and a rigorous fellowship program. 

Dr. Alonzo has worked closely with the Superintendent of Dallas, Dr. Matthew Vereecke to strengthen and revitalize Catholic schools in the Diocese of Dallas. Together they are working to provide hope, opportunity and access for the most vulnerable.

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Alumni Couple from UD’s First Graduating Class Remembered by Classmates

“You couldn’t walk by David without a sports story of some sort,” said Patrick O’Hagan, BA ’63, of David Dozier Jr., BA ’60. O’Hagan and his wife, Patricia (Hasler), BA ’63, were freshmen at UD when Dozier and his wife, Dianne (Flusche), BA ’60, were seniors, and later fellow parishioners at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Dallas. Patrick O’Hagan was a physics major taking 20 hours and didn’t know Dozier well as a UD student, but Dozier’s penchant for stories struck him even then.

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