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Alumni Community

More than 70,000 Loyola alumni serve as lifelong stakeholders and are the University’s largest constituency group. As a Loyola graduate, you are connected by a transformational, Jesuit education that prepares you to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world.

Learn more about our Alumni Association volunteer advisory boards and the graduates who inspire our community.

Alison Whritenour
Alison Whritenour, ’04CEO, Seventh Generation

My job requires me to move between very diverse topics quickly and with some grace for my employees. My Loyola education helped prepare me to do this well."

Chris Miller
Chris Miller, ’90Vice President of Biometrics, AstraZeneca

It's good to have core values to lean on, to be able to keep the focus on the patients and the science. Doing the right thing is really important in decision-making in my job, developing medicines in an industry where there’s a lot at stake scientifically, ethically, politically, and financially."

Nina Tinari
Nina Tinari, ’02Chief of Staff to the Commissioner of Major League Soccer (MLS)

I’ve learned that everything you do every day will have an impact in the future. Loyola is a place where academic excellence is important, but leading a purposeful life is paramount.”

Dom Proto, ’15Producer, Good Morning America

Loyola offered a student-run radio station and television station that I could get involved in. Now, I love that I can share people’s stories. With my job, any time I feature a hometown hero or a small business in America that gives them a platform to shine, it feels like a way to give back.”

Make an Impact

There are a number of ways to engage with Loyola as a graduate and show your Greyhound pride—from volunteering or mentoring current students to serving on a committee or advisory board to attending networking or campus events. Discover the myriad ways our Greyhound community can connect—or reconnect—with our University and one another.