Sr. Anne-Louise Nadeau

Sr. Anne Louise spent many years in higher education as campus minister, counselor, Director of the Personal Counseling Center and as Associate Dean of Students at Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport, CT. She also served on the Connecticut Leadership Team as well as co-coordinator of the SND/USA Anti-Racism Team. She was Case Management Supervisor at My Sister's Place Women Center, a day shelter for homeless women and children in Baltimore City, Maryland. and served 8 years as Director of Programs at Pax Christi USA. Anne Louise currently works on a bi-racial team presenting, facilitating and consulting with religious communities on dismantling racism within their Congregations.

 

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  1. Hi Sr. Anne-Louise,

    I'm Soli Salgado, a staff writer for Global Sisters Report. Right now I'm working on a profile on Sr. Patty Chappell, as the Outstanding Leadership recipient, and she recommended I get in touch with you for an interview. I'd love to chat with you about your experiences with Sr. Patty, to let our readers get to know her more through your perspective.

    Are you free for a phone interview (around 30 min, usually) some time this week? As I'm on deadline, the sooner the better!

    Hope we can connect. Thanks for your time!

    1. Hi Soli, I passed along your message to Sister Anne-Louise. Hopefully she will respond directly to you. If I do not hear from her by the end of the day, I will try calling her.

      Linda Micciche.

  2. I was a campus minister at Fairfield University when Sr Anne-Louise was a campus minister at Sacred Heart University. We joined together to lead a Campus Ministry conference in FL. What a gift she was at that time in my life and in the lives of the students, faculty and staff at Sacred Heart University. Would love to have her get in touch with me! Loved her energy, creativity, humor and compassion!
    Thank you.
    Susan Connery

    1. Thank you for the lovely message, Susan! I've forwarded it to Sr. Anne-Louise.

      Rachael
      (For the Sisters)

  3. Sister Anne was a friend to me when I was at SHU. I can't imagine the life I'd be leading today without her. She's a blessing to us all.

    1. Thank you for the lovely note, George. I will make sure that Sister Anne-Louise sees it.

      Rachael
      (for the Sisters)

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