Our annual SPARK! Leadership Conference is a great opportunity for current Fellows to connect with Fellows for Life and learn from their experiences in the Fellowship and beyond. We’re so pleased that Samuel Bradley, Jr., MSW, will be among the Fellows for Life joining us for this year’s conference Nov. 5 in Boston, where he will co-lead the skill-building workshop “Art: A Gateway to Cultural Humility.”
Bradley is a member of the 2011-’12 class of New Orleans Schweitzer Fellows. As a graduate student in music therapy at Loyola University, his Fellowship project centered on implementing a music therapy program at Loyola’s Pre-college Incubation Experience for Majoring in Math and the Natural Sciences, a summer mentoring program for high school students from minority communities. In addition to being a Fellow for Life, Bradley also serves as co-chair of the advisory board for our New Orleans Chapter.
Now the assistant director of alumni engagement at Loyola University, Bradley is co-leading his conference workshop with his former colleague Joy Allen, who left Loyola in August for a post at Berklee College of Music.
We are very excited for Samuel and Joy’s workshop and the expertise they’ll share and hope you are, too! Register for the SPARK! Leadership Conference today so you don’t miss it. We’ll see you in Boston on Nov. 5!