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Michael Nuttall

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011

Program Director, Kolvenbach Immersions,  Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education

Length of SCU Employment: 14 months

Born & Lived:  Delmar, New York

Early Life:  Born and raised in upstate New York and am an East Coaster through and through. Moved to Boston for college, and lived there for 6 years with a one year hiatus to Ecuador.

Education:  Undergrad: Boston College, history. Grad: Masters in Higher Ed Admin

Family:  Son to John and Lynda, youngest of four kids, engaged to be married in May

Most Meaningful Achievement: Earning my master’s degree. Knowing how much my parents had valued education, I knew how proud they were of me to continue my studies and find a passion.

Why I came to SCU: I had a deep desire to work in Jesuit Higher education mentoring and accompanying students. I also distinctly remember saying to a friend 7 years ago my ideal job would be coordinating immersions at a Jesuit University. When the position opened up I jumped at the chance.

Previous Employer:  Teach For America Bay Area office

In 5 years I Plan to Be: Part of a growing family, doing work that I love, settled more in a place to call home yet still traveling.

Favorite Books/Series:  The Impossible Will Take a Little While: A Citizen’s Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear Edited by Paul Loeb.

In My Spare Time:  I dabble in digital photography, play soccer, and enjoy living in San Francisco.


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