Monthly Archives: January 2012

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What were you doing before you joined the National Forum? I was living in Chicago working as an academic skills specialist and DFI (Diversifying Faculty in Illinois) coordinator. I came to Michigan because I think it is the best option to specialize myself in organizational behavior. What are you looking forward to working on here […]

Through over a decade of collaboration, the work of the National Forum on Higher Education for the Public Good has been deeply influenced by the mission, goals and especially the insights that we have received from the Kettering Foundation.  Through our work together we have improved our shared understanding of how community organizations, universities, and […]

What were you doing before you came to Michigan? I was ordained a Holy Cross priest in April of 2004 and worked at Notre Dame for five years. During that time, I served Zahm Hall as its rector and worked as an intern in the budget office. What made you decide to come to the […]

Where were you before coming to work at the National Forum? I worked for Support Through Intervention and Prevention for the Pontiac School District. Where are you from originally? I was born in Great Lakes, Illinois.  My family originated in Alexandria, Louisiana.  I spent half of my life in the south and in Michigan. In […]