Leadership, faith and the Catholic, Jesuit identity

Stephanie Russell speaking at Marquette University

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Stephanie Russell, Arts '83, is vice president of mission and ministry at Marquette. Russell has worked for many Jesuit institutions, including 11 years as the provincial assistant for lay formation and social ministry with the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus. She is also a founding member of the Ignatian Associates, a lay community of more than 100 women and men who live and serve in the Ignatian tradition.


In addition to Russell’s work at Marquette, she regularly directs retreats, writes and speaks on Ignatian topics. During this video compilation, Russell discusses leadership, faith and the Catholic, Jesuit identity through a broad range of topics, including the history of St. Ignatius and how new technologies affect Jesuit education.




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