Monsour Joins Fran U Board of Trustees

April 12, 2019

Press Release ,

Walter Monsour, CSRS Vice President of Government Advisory Practice, was recently inducted into the Board of Trustees of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University (Fran U). Dedicated to educating and forming Franciscan servant leaders of all faiths, Fran U aspires to be a premier Catholic University in the Gulf Coast region.

“I’m proud of Walter’s induction into the Fran U Board of Trustees and how it embodies one our core corporate values – engaging the community,” said Tim Barfield, President of CSRS.


“I am truly honored to have been voted onto the Board of Trustees for Fran U,” Monsour said. “Not only is it a compliment for me personally, but also to CSRS for its encouragement and commitment to community involvement and service.”

About Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University

As a premier Catholic institution in the Southeast, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University provides dedicated students a rigorous and formative education that prepares them to be highly skilled professionals, integrated thinkers and faith-filled citizens. The university was founded in 1923 by the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady (FMOL) and is faithful to its mission grounded in Franciscan values. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to offer doctorate, master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees, the university has an enrollment of approximately 1,350 students and offers degrees in nursing, health sciences, humanities, behavioral and natural sciences. For more information, visit

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