Living the Mission: Alumni Reflections in the School of Law luncheon is Thursday
Living the Mission: Alumni Reflections in the School of Law luncheon series presents St. Thomas alumni who discuss how they integrate faith, reason and service into their personal and professional lives.
Priscilla McNulty '81, M.A. '83 is the guest speaker Thursday, Feb. 14. She will speak on "Integrating Faith into the Lawyer's Role of Servant Leader."
Alumni Reflections are held from noon to 1:15 p.m. in Room 244 at the School of Law on the Minneapolis campus. A light lunch will be provided through Dean Thomas Mengler's office. St. Thomas students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend; reservations are not required.
McNulty is a former board member and vice president of the Alumni Association. She helped establish the association's popular First Friday Luncheon Series and has been a class reunion volunteer.
She was a member of the first undergraduate coeducational class at St. Thomas. In 2004, the University of St. Thomas Alumni Association recognized McNulty's contributions with the Monsignor James Lavin Award.
McNulty is an attorney and the in-house counsel to Capella University in downtown Minneapolis. She serves on the board of governors for the St. Thomas School of Law and is a mentor for law school students. She also teaches business law to undergraduate students.
The Alumni Reflections series has presented an alumni speaker during the daily worship break once each semester since its inception in the School of Law in 2005. The series is sponsored by: the University of St. Thomas Alumni Association and the Events and Programs Committee of the Board of Directors, the University of St. Thomas School of Law Worship Committee, and the University of St. Thomas School of Law Public Service Board.
Questions? Call Pam Christensen, Alumni and Constituent Relations, (651) 962-6445.