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Loyola University Maryland honored for gender diversity in leadership

Students sit studying in an open second floor space in the sunlight, contemporary Fernandez Center at Loyola

Loyola University Maryland was named to Executive Alliance’s Honor Roll, which recognizes organizations in Maryland that employ women in at least 30% of their executive leadership roles and have women in at least 30% of their board seats.

“Loyola has long recognized the importance of gender diversity in the boardroom and executive leadership of the University,” said Terrence M. Sawyer, J.D., president of Loyola. “The contributions of the many accomplished women we work with every day, both on our board and as part of our leadership team, make us a richer organization. We’re honored to be among the 43 organizations honored by Executive Alliance this year.”

Executive Alliance is a statewide not-for-profit organization in Maryland composed of professional executive women. The organization initiates, supports, and engages in activities to promote the advancement of women in professional and executive positions.

Loyola will be recognized at Executive Alliance’s Honor Roll event on March 20 at Notre Dame of Maryland University.