Thomas E. Reynolds, Vice President, Mission
Not many workplaces give us a chance to work with creative colleagues, serve the community, take on important challenges, and help form and educate the next generation of learners and leaders who will matter to the world. What’s not to like?!
What is your key focus over the next three months?
A better question is: what are some of our upcoming challenges and opportunities? I believe those will be carrying out strategic opportunities to serve our community, strengthening the student experience, and shaping the next chapter in the more than 460-year tradition of Jesuit education. All of this will be done without a perfect road map or complete wisdom of what the future holds. Again, what’s not to like?
What does Jesuit education mean to you?
An invitation into a deeper vocational discernment available in few other places in this life – where we can both form and inform, educate both the head and the heart, and respond to God’s invitations to make this good and fragile world better.
Besides work, what are you passionate about?
My wonderful wife, children, grandchildren, extended family and caring friends. God’s frequent opportunities to encounter the sacred each day through the relationships we build and walking about this stunningly beautiful planet.