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Catholic News Herald

Serving Christ and Connecting Catholics in Western North Carolina

BELMONT — Holy Angels staff member Nick Breaux has been selected for Pi Kappa Phi’s Thirty Under 30 honor – recognizing the national fraternity’s most promising young alumni for their achievements following their undergraduate careers. Breaux received his award from Pi Kappa Phi at the recent Journey of Hope visit.

Breaux has been employed at Holy Angels since May 2016, starting as a program instructor at Belhaven, an ICF-IIDD group home. Earlier this year, he was promoted and now serves as one of the four campus managers, providing the leadership and supervision for the direct support professional staff. They ensure that each home and area have adequate staff to work with the residents.
“Nick brings a lot of heart and passion for the mission of Holy Angels and the residents who live here,” said Regina Moody, Holy Angels’ president and CEO.

Before working at Holy Angels, Breaux worked with the Ability Experience for five years, working with the Pi Kappa Phi chapters to improve philanthropy programming. The Ability Experience is the national philanthropy for Pi Kappa Phi (both national headquarters are located in Charlotte). Their purpose is not only instilling lifelong service, but also enhancing the lives of people with intellectual developmental disabilities.

Breaux graduated from Northwestern State University and later earned a Master of Arts in Christian leadership and organization leadership from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte.
— Sister Nancy Nance