Faculty and Staff

Dan Doheny

Executive Vice-President

Dan Doheny

Executive Vice-President

Dan Doheny equips the Augustine Institute to reach goals with his thoughtful leadership and skillful organization. As a co-founder of Cherryfish LLC, a start-up technology company aimed at helping charities fundraise efficiently, Dan is well versed in cutting edge strategies and processes that drive growth and success.

From 2000-2019, Dan was a senior executive with Reyes Holdings, LLC, a privately held company based in Rosemont, Illinois. Prior to joining Reyes, he spent more than sixteen years with KPMG LLP.

Dan has extensive experience in all financial aspects of business, including acquisitions and due diligence, financing, reporting, internal controls, capital investments, and budgeting. He has also managed real estate, fleet management, information technology, and human resources and played a key role in strategy development and legal.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dan serves as a deacon at St. Raphael Catholic Church in Naperville, Illinois and Our Lady of Joy Catholic Church in Carefree, Arizona.

Dan’s expertise, coupled with his faith and service to the Catholic Church, is helping propel the Augustine Institute forward with renewed strength and vision.

Biography

Dan Doheny equips the Augustine Institute to reach goals with his thoughtful leadership and skillful organization. As a co-founder of Cherryfish LLC, a start-up technology company aimed at helping charities fundraise efficiently, Dan is well versed in cutting edge strategies and processes that drive growth and success.

From 2000-2019, Dan was a senior executive with Reyes Holdings, LLC, a privately held company based in Rosemont, Illinois. Prior to joining Reyes, he spent more than sixteen years with KPMG LLP.

Dan has extensive experience in all financial aspects of business, including acquisitions and due diligence, financing, reporting, internal controls, capital investments, and budgeting. He has also managed real estate, fleet management, information technology, and human resources and played a key role in strategy development and legal.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dan serves as a deacon at St. Raphael Catholic Church in Naperville, Illinois and Our Lady of Joy Catholic Church in Carefree, Arizona.

Dan’s expertise, coupled with his faith and service to the Catholic Church, is helping propel the Augustine Institute forward with renewed strength and vision.

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Biography

Dan Doheny equips the Augustine Institute to reach goals with his thoughtful leadership and skillful organization. As a co-founder of Cherryfish LLC, a start-up technology company aimed at helping charities fundraise efficiently, Dan is well versed in cutting edge strategies and processes that drive growth and success.

From 2000-2019, Dan was a senior executive with Reyes Holdings, LLC, a privately held company based in Rosemont, Illinois. Prior to joining Reyes, he spent more than sixteen years with KPMG LLP.

Dan has extensive experience in all financial aspects of business, including acquisitions and due diligence, financing, reporting, internal controls, capital investments, and budgeting. He has also managed real estate, fleet management, information technology, and human resources and played a key role in strategy development and legal.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dan serves as a deacon at St. Raphael Catholic Church in Naperville, Illinois and Our Lady of Joy Catholic Church in Carefree, Arizona.

Dan’s expertise, coupled with his faith and service to the Catholic Church, is helping propel the Augustine Institute forward with renewed strength and vision.

Education

Courses

The Augustine Institute Graduate School is committed to the pursuit of wisdom in service of Catholic mission. All of our academic programs therefore seek, first, to allow students to make their own “all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Col. 2:3), which are found in Christ and passed down in the Sacred Tradition of the Catholic Church. Second, our programs prepare students to hand these treasures on to others effectively through evangelization and catechesis.