Loyola University Chicago

Founders' Dinner

Videos

  • 2014 Founders' Dinner: In Their Own Words

    The service of faith and the promotion of justice is the mission of the Society of Jesus. Our 2014 Founders' Dinner awards recipients are among the best and brightest examples of living out these Jesuit ideals.
  • Phil O'Connor, 2014 Felice Award Recipient

    Philip R. O'Connor, PhD (BA '70, JFRC '68--'69), is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Felice Award from the John Felice Rome Center. Dr. O'Connor is the president of PROactive Strategies, Inc.
  • Judith Mayotte, 2014 Coffey Award Recipient

    Judith A. Mayotte, PhD (MUND '62), is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Coffey Award from the Gannon Center for Women and Leadership. Dr. Mayotte is a devoted humanitarian and advocate for refugees and people displaced by conflict.
  • Jim LoBianco, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    James V. LoBianco (BA '94, JFRC Spring '93) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the College of Arts & Sciences. LoBianco is executive director of StreetWise, Inc.
  • Mark Satkiewicz, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Mark K. Satkiewicz (MBA '95) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Quinlan School of Business. Satkiewicz is president of SmartWool Corporation.
  • Susan Candiotti, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Susan Candiotti (BA '76, JFRC '73--'74) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the School of Communication. Candiotti is a national correspondent for CNN based in the network's New York bureau.
  • Carmen Velásquez, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Carmen Velásquez (BS '63) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the School of Continuing and Professional Studies. Velásquez is the founding director and was also executive director of Alivio Medical Center for 26 years.
  • Carl Grant, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Carl A. Grant (MEd '62) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the School of Education. Grant is the Hoefs-Bascom Professor of Teacher Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and a professor in the Department of Afro-American Studies at the University of Wisconsin--Madison.
  • David Miller, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    David E. Miller (BS '75, JFRC '73--'74) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Institute of Environmental Sustainability. Miller is co-founder and CEO of Iroquois Valley Farms LLC.
  • Deborah Hockman, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Deborah C. Hockman, PhD (PhD '82) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Graduate School. Dr. Hockman is associate dean at Benedictine University in the Global College and a former corporate executive.
  • Joseph Power, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Joseph A. Power Jr. (JD '77) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the School of Law. Power is one of the nation's leading trial lawyers and is a founding partner in the law firm of Power, Rogers & Smith.
  • Nancy Hardt, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Nancy S. Hardt, MD (MD '77) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Stritch School of Medicine. Dr. Hardt is a professor of pathology and obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Florida and director of their College of Medicine's Health Equity and Service Learning Programs.
  • Barbara Brodie, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Barbara M. Brodie, PhD, RN, FAAN (BSN '57) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing. Dr. Brodie is the Madge Jones Professor of Nursing Emerita at the University of Virginia School of Nursing, and she serves as the associate director of the school's Eleanor Crowder Bjoning Center of Nursing Historical Inquiry.
  • Terry Nelson-Johnson, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Terrence C. Nelson-Johnson, PhD (BS '80, MPS '82) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Institute of Pastoral Studies. Dr. Nelson-Johnson is the founder as well as a creative and animating partner of Soul Play LLC.
  • Antwan Turpeau, 2014 Damen Award Recipient

    Antwan A. Turpeau (MSW '11) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the School of Social Work. Turpeau is a co-founder of the Struggling Youth Equals Successful Adults organization.