Christopher DiMauro selected as Hoban president

The Hoban presidential search committee, board of directors and Brothers of Holy Cross are pleased to announce that Christopher DiMauro, Class of 1999, has been selected as Hoban’s 12th president. After a national search that attracted several highly qualified candidates, DiMauro was ultimately–and unanimously–selected to lead Hoban as president.

DiMauro is an experienced educator, administrator and leader with a strong and enduring commitment to the proven values and lifelong benefits of a Catholic and Holy Cross education. His passion for education was sparked during his time as a student at Hoban. He credits Hoban's Holy Cross educators for his decision to become a teacher. A 2005 graduate of Youngstown State University, he holds an undergraduate degree in English, a master’s degree in education from Walden University, his principal's licensure from Ursuline College–Pepper Pike and his superintendent's licensure from the University of Dayton.

DiMauro worked in the Stow-Munroe Falls school district for 16 years. Hired as an English teacher and coach, he rose quickly to serve as high school principal and assistant superintendent.

DiMauro joins Hoban from the private sector, in which he has been working as vice president of the Impact Group in Hudson. In this capacity, he has been responsible for strategic planning and operations and served as a regional consultant for K-12 schools.

“It is an incredible honor to become the next president of Hoban,” DiMauro said. “Hoban has always held a special place in my heart, and I look forward to giving back to the school community that gave so much to me.”

Brother Kenneth Haders, provincial superior for the Midwest Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is pleased with the choice.

“At Hoban, the 10 Holy Cross core values are the embodiment of the charism, values and traditions of our founder, Blessed Basil Moreau,” said Haders, a Hoban board member and former Hoban president. “Maintaining and bringing these values to life in every aspect of the school is an essential  responsibility of the president. I am enthusiastic about the future of Hoban under Mr. DiMauro’s leadership. As a student, he learned our Holy Cross heritage and as an adult, he is committed to enriching how it is brought to life daily.”