Loyola School of Communication alumni discuss social justice
Posted by Keshia B. on October 2, 2012
A panel of Loyola University Chicago’s School of Communication alums will be discussing their careers, along with their passion for social justice at the Lake Shore Campus on Tuesday.
Here are the details from the School of Communication’s website:
Loyola University Chicago School of Communication alumni will discuss their careers in advocacy and social change in the Chicago area.
Panelists to include:
Alexandra Miller: Development and Communications Coordinator, Free Spirit Media
Ellina Kushnir, Program Coordinator, Rotary International
Alma Tello, U.S Senate Aide to Senator Richard Durbin
Whitney Woodward, Policy Associate, Illinois Campaign for Political Reform
The forum will be held in the Simpson Multipurpose Room from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2nd at Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus. Admission is free and open to students, staff, faculty and alumni. Food and drinks will be provided. The event is sponsored by the School of Communication.
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