2021

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  • Braugher '80 Profiled on Acting Career

    Andre Braugher '80 was recently covered in an online publication about his life and career. Click here to read more. 
  • Saint Ignatius Celebrates Black History Month

    As we reflect on Black History Month, may we journey together on a path of healing and understanding. CLICK HERE to view a variety of inspirational videos from our alumni!
  • Spring Reunions Rescheduled

    The Spring Reunions for the Classes of 1996, 2001, 2006, and 2011 have been moved to the fall. We look forward to seeing everyone then!
  • Hobson '87 Named Starbucks Board Chair

    Starbucks has named Mellody Hobson '87 the new chair of its board of directors, the first Black woman in that role at the company. Hobson '87, who is co-CEO of the asset management firm Ariel Investments, will step into the position in March. CLICK HERE for more.
  • Menchaca '81 Presented with Advocate for Diversity Award

    Congratulations to Alejandro Menchaca '81 who was honored by the Diversity Scholarship Foundation at its Annual Unity Gala with the 2020 Advocate for Diversity Award. The award celebrated those individuals who have actively advocated and promoted diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. CLICK HERE for more.
  • Riley '93 Appointed to Board of Directors at Tolton Spirituality Center

    Congratulations to Christine Riley '93, Saint Ignatius Tolton Society Member, on her recent appointment to the Board of Directors at the Tolton Spirituality Center, housed at St. Thomas the Apostle. The center is designed for parishes and community institutions to share their insights and practices that encourage living with the values and virtues that defined Tolton's life and ministry. CLICK HERE for more. She was also recently named Director of Homeless Prevention, Policy and Planning for the City of Chicago.
  • Shaw '12 Named to Forbe's 30 Under 30 List

    Taylor Shaw '12 has been named on Forbes’s annual 30 Under 30 list in the Hollywood & Entertainment category. Shaw '12 is the founder of BWA Studios, which she created with the mission of expanding access to opportunities in the animation industry for Black female creatives. CLICK HERE here for more.
  • Swain, PhD '92 Hired as Director of Human Dignity and Solidarity

    Angela Swain, PhD '92 recently started a new position with the Archdiocese of Chicago as their new Director of Human Dignity and Solidarity. She will oversee the justice education, advocacy, and voter education efforts of the Archdiocese regarding social justice issues.

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