25th Annual Spring Benefit

Matthew "Matt" Dolan is the founder and chief executive officer of The Global Teaching Project, an organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, regardless of circumstances, have access to instruction currently available only to students privileged to attend extraordinary schools. Originally an attorney, Dolan previously practiced law in DC,  Maryland, and Texas.

He has always had a heart for philanthropy. He serves as an officer and director of the Todd Wagner Foundation, focusing on the expansion of educational opportunities to underserved youth. Even in early adulthood, Dolan received the Fenmore R. Seton Award at Yale University for community service for his work tutoring center city youth.

The second Hall of Honor inductee is Timothy "Tim" F. Maloney '74. Maloney is a living example of the manifestation of the social justice curriculum Carroll instills in its students. Maloney is a preeminent trial lawyer who has worked on civil rights, employment discrimination, whistleblower actions, and high-stakes business litigation. At the age of 22, he was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates. To this day, he remains a staunch advocate for the public good and has held leadership roles with many civic and charitable organizations, including Archbishop Carroll High School, the University of Maryland Foundation; Maryland Catholic Conference; and St. Ann's Center for Children, Youth, and Families.

Maloney is frequently tapped as a speaker and author on significant legal developments and has given continuing legal education presentations to Maryland lawyers on topics including the rights of incarcerated people and employment litigation in federal court.

Finally, the recipient of the Cardinal O'Boyle Award is Deacon Joe F. Curtis Jr. Technically retired, by looking at his assigned ministries at The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and the Office of Permanent diaconate of the Archdiocese of Washington. Following his ordination as a permanent deacon in 2002, he was assigned to St. Francis Xavier Church in southeast, DC and in 2005 to  The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. His work at The National Shrine has enabled him to be a part of dozens of Carroll Baccalaureate Masses and Commencements and he fondly remembers walking up the Basilica's center aisle, ahead of Carroll's Class of 2006, fifty years after his own ACHS graduation. In addition to his being on staff at the Basilica, Deacon Curtis is responsible for the pastoral care of permanent deacons and their wives.