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Faith-sharing Friday with President Michael R. Lovell
Join us for a special Faith-sharing Friday rooted in gratitude and inspiration as we talk about faith, life and love with Dr. Michael R. Lovell, president of Marquette University.

Faith-sharing Friday is a virtual event series hosted by Dr. Kathy Coffey-Guenther, Arts '85, Grad '88, '98, senior mission & Ignatian leadership specialist at Marquette University. Each program will feature a Marquette leader or alumnus, who reflects on their faith as we explore holy invitations in their lives and the influence a growing faith can have on them over a lifetime.

Dec 17, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Michael R. Lovell
President @Marquette University
Dr. Michael R. Lovell is Marquette University’s 24th president, serving since 2014. Under his guidance, Marquette focuses on innovation, entrepreneurship, and community renewal and development — all consistent with the university’s Catholic, Jesuit mission. Prior to Marquette, President Lovell served the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee as chancellor and, earlier, dean of its engineering college. He previously held academic and research leadership positions at the University of Pittsburgh and University of Kentucky. President Lovell holds three mechanical engineering degrees including a doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh. He has received awards from the National Science Foundation, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and numerous other organizations; is a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and National Academy of Inventors; and holds U.S. and global patents.
Kathy Coffey-Guenther, Arts '85, Grad '88, '98
Senior Mission & Ignatian Leadership Specialist, University Advancement @Marquette University
Kathy currently serves as the Senior Mission & Ignatian Leadership Specialist in University Advancement at Marquette University. Additionally, Kathy serves/has served as adjunct faculty for undergraduates and clinical adjunct faculty for graduate students at Marquette University. Kathy received a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Marquette University and a certificate in spiritual direction from the Aquinas Institute of Theology. For many years, Kathy has worked with a particular emphasis in Ignatian spirituality as a means for healthy spiritual and emotional living. Kathy has also served as a spiritual director, speaker and consultant to religious congregations, clergy and religious, and parishes focusing on the work of community building, conflict resolution and spiritual growth. Kathy serves as current consultant for diaconate formation in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and served as the past Co-Chair of the Community Advisory Board for Clergy Abuse in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.