The purpose of the Finance Council is to provide our Pastor, the Pastoral Council, and other leadership bodies with professional financial analysis. It is to serve the goals and priorities set by the Pastoral Council. It assists the pastor by:
- Conducting long range financial planning with regard to funding operational and capital needs in the parish and developing a three year fiscal plan.
- Developing and overseeing a parish budget process which results in an annual parish budget that supports the parish priorities and goals determined by the Pastor and Pastoral Council.
- Providing the Annual Parish Report.
Andrew Bousky, Chair
Andrew has been a parishioner at Holy Trinity since moving to Ladera Ranch with his family in 2016. He joined the Finance Council in 2020. Professionally, Andrew is a Director of Finance where he leads teams across finance and strategy. He has also spent time in management consulting after having served as an officer in the Navy for seven years. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder and an MBA from The George Washington University. Andrew and his wife Jessica have three children: Jacob, Grace, and Jack, who attend St. Junipero Serra Catholic School.
Laura has been a parishioner at Holy Trinity for more than 10 years. She moved to Ladera Ranch with her family in 2002. Laura enjoys serving Holy Trinity parish as a member of the Finance Council, the Sacrificial Giving Committee, and the Wedding Ministry, and as a volunteer in the Business Office. Laura is a retired Certified Public Accountant. She has worked in corporate financial reporting, tax preparation, tax accounting, auditing, and as a paralegal in an asset-based lending division of a large corporate bank. Since retiring when her children were born, she has worked in the Business Office at St. Junipero Serra Catholic School, and was Treasurer for the annual fundraiser and the Mothers’ Club at Santa Margarita Catholic High School where she is still a Docent. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Master’s in Accounting. Laura and her husband Bob have two children, Megan, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, and Jack, who is a senior at The University of Redlands.
Deacon Randy McMahon
Deacon Randy McMahon served in the United States Marine Corps for 26 years. His strong background in logistics lead to his selection for Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) where he completed the first of two graduate degrees, a Master of Arts in Finance. Upon completion of his studies at NPS, Deacon Randy was assigned to HQMC in the Fiscal Division as the Congressional Liaison Officer and Budget Coordinator where he worked closely with Congressional Staff Members and House/Senate Representatives in putting together the USMC Budget.
As his Marine Corps career led to ever increasing leadership and command responsibilities, Randy’s desire to serve his community also expanded. He responded by assuming more direct community involvement through Catholic parishes. Deacon Randy, alongside his wife Linda, have been with our Holy Trinity Parish since the very first “Mass On The Grass”. He was the first Deacon to be assigned to Holy Trinity.
Ellen has been a parishioner at Holy Trinity since 2016 after she and her husband Alex relocated from San Diego where they both spent their careers in the defense industry working for a major U.S. defense contractor specializing in U.S. Navy and large commercial ship repair. As Vice President of Risk Management, her responsibilities included oversight of a $25M+ annual department budget that included the corporate insurance portfolio, safety, worker’s compensation, on-site medical departments plus the administration of all pension, retirement and medical benefit plans. She holds the ARM, risk management designation and was president of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. both at the local chapter level and the international Society. She serves as the Finance Council liaison to the Pastoral Council. Ellen and Alex have four grown children and ten grandchildren, some of which you will see with them at 8:30 mass or helping at the donut table!