Mr. Pastura has more than 25 years of experience in Catholic education. He has worked as a teacher, coach, and administrator at Catholic high schools in St. Petersburg (FL), Covington (KY), and Cincinnati (OH). In addition to educational roles, he has also worked as a lay missionary in northeast Brazil, youth minister, and professional musician. Prior to returning to the Tampa Bay area, he served as the Director of School Strategic Planning for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. In October 2015, he became the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of St. Petersburg. Mr. Pastura holds a Bachelors degree in Theology and a Masters degree in Educational Administration, both from Xavier University, as well as a Masters degree in Nonprofit Administration from the University of Notre Dame. Mr.Pastura and his wife, Regiane, have two children.
Dr. Davis has been in Catholic education for over 30 years. The majority of her service has been in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. For 10 years she served as an elementary teacher and then moved to administration. She was the principal of St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic School for 21 years. After that tenure, she moved to Bradenton, FL and was the principal at Incarnation Catholic School (Sarasota). Dr. Davis joined the Diocese of St. Petersburg in August, 2016, serving as the Associate Superintendent. She possesses a BS with an emphasis in Elementary Education from Quincy University, an MA with an emphasis in Educational Administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and a Ph.D. with an emphasis in Education from St. Louis University. Outside of work, she enjoys golf, bike riding, and yardwork in the beautiful weather of Florida. She also enjoys reading, the theatre, and dining out with friends.
A native of New Jersey, Dr. Majeski moved to Florida in 2014 to become the Principal of St. Stephen Catholic School in Riverview, FL. He has spent the last 40 years in education in many capacities. He has taught first grade through college, worked as a building principal, district administrator, and provided professional development on a local, regional and national level. In addition to his love of education he has also been a music director in Catholic churches since he was 17 years old. Dr. Majeski holds a B.A. from Montclair State University, MMEd from Westminister Choir College – Rider University, MA from Kean University, and a Ed.D from The University of Nebraska – Lincoln. He and his wife Tricia have three children, and one granddaughter.
Mrs. Johnston is a native of St. Petersburg. She graduated from St. Paul’s Catholic School, St. Petersburg Catholic High School and from Wingate University in North Carolina. She has worked in the Diocese of St. Petersburg as a teacher assistant and as an Early Childhood Director since 2004. In their free time, she and her husband are beekeepers and enjoy the beach. Mrs. Johnston and her husband have three children.
Mrs. Moore came to the Diocese of St. Petersburg in May of 2013 from Amherst, NY where she worked as the office manager for the Newman Center at University of Buffalo (Diocese of Buffalo) for ten years. Mrs. Moore worked in the Catholic Foundation and for the Forward in Faith campaign before coming to the Office of Catholic Schools and Centers in April of 2015. She enjoys cooking, baking and spending time with her family. Mrs. Moore is married to her husband J.P. and has two grown children Christina and David.