Jerrod, who majored in finance and minored in information systems, works as a financial analyst for Wells Fargo in Baltimore. He also serves as CFO for To Love Children, a non-profit organization that educates and advocates for educational opportunities and public health programs in the communities it serves. Jerrod credits his Loyola education with helping him think beyond his own personal goals and caring for others. In 2015, he was named among the Baltimore Sun's "10 People Under 30 to Watch."
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The Jesuit mission and values are all about being one, a man for others; and two, a well-rounded individual. You can think about the academics, and you can speak about math and science and history, but I think it also encompasses more social aspects, as well. Loyola really emphasized things about other people and other cultures that you wouldn’t see at other schools.
A two-time Loyola grad, Bill is making an impact in urban Jesuit education as president of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Baltimore
This 1998 Loyola graduate is a teacher-turned-technologist and founder of technology innovation company Mindgrub Technologies
Astronaut T.J. Creamer, '82, is living proof that even the sky isn't the limit for a Loyola graduate