Classes of 1984, 1988, 1994, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Dayton
“I am particularly drawn to the work our University is engaged in to provide access to a wider more diverse undergraduate student body. The Marianist Educational Associates (MEA) initiative has provided me the understanding, the words and the courage to keep alive the traditions and beliefs of the University of Dayton as a Catholic, Marianist institution that seeks to welcome all into a true community. A true community recognizes that the shared work of bringing God’s message of justice and peace into the world is not performed without tension and discord. The Marianist example of staying at the table in respectful, sometimes uncomfortable, discussion and reflection to work toward the common good influences my current work as an administrator at the University of Dayton.”