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    Jeanne Fielding Lord, Ed.D., J.D.

    Seminar Director

    Jeanne Fielding Lord, Ed.D., J.D. was named director of the Jesuit Leadership Seminar in January 2014. In addition to her work with AJCU, Lord serves as Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Undergraduate Students at Georgetown University, where she also holds appointments as a professional lecturer in the departments of Catholic Studies and American Studies.

    Lord earned her undergraduate degree at the Medical College of Virginia, and holds a J.D from The Catholic University of America and an Ed.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of women’s leadership, and in 2009 was invited to give the Rita Casella Jones Lecture at the Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham University. In 2011, she was elected to honorary membership in Alpha Sigma Nu, and last year received the Matteo Ricci Award from the John Carroll Fellows Program at Georgetown.

    Lord has long been deeply involved in promoting Jesuit mission and identity, and has participated in both the Jesuit Leadership Seminar and the Ignatian Colleagues Program. In partnership with the Office of Mission and Ministry at Georgetown, she facilitates seminars on Jesuit higher education and Ignatian traditions for staff and faculty.


    Contact: lordj@georetown.edu

    Kevin D. Sullivan

    Seminar Coordinator

    Kevin D. Sullivan has served as the Program Coordinator for the Jesuit Leadership Seminar since 2016. In addition to his work with the AJCU, he is the Assistant Director of Advancement for Nativity Preparatory School of Boston, a free Jesuit middle school serving boys from low-income families. Before Nativity Prep, Kevin was Projects Manager for the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University, an effort to apply Catholic Social Thought to national and global issues, build bridges across political, religious, and ideological lines, and encourage a new generation of Catholic lay leaders in pursuing the common good.


    Kevin earned his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, where he first encountered the Ignatian tradition and was deeply inspired and formed by both Jesuit and lay educators.


    Contact: kds58@georetown.edu

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