Systemic Change and Sustainability
By: Siobhan O’Donoghue and Scott Kelley, PhD
Scott Kelley is Assistant Vice-President for Vincentian Scholarship in the Office of Mission and Values and Assistant Professor in the Religious Studies Department at DePaul University. As a research fellow for the Institute of Business and Professional Ethics, he co-authored a book titled Alleviating Poverty through Profitable Partnerships: Globalization, Markets, and Economic Well-Being. His areas of research and publication include for-profit contributions to the alleviation of global poverty, sustainability in Catholic higher education, Catholic social thought, and Vincentian heritage. He received a PhD in Theological Ethics from Loyola University Chicago.
An English native, Siobhan came to DePaul in 1999 with an M. Div and MSW from Loyola University. In her role as Assistant Director for Community Service, she provides comprehensive leadership for University Ministry's commitment to and involvement in community service, including: DePaul Community Service Association (DCSA), Service Immersion Trips, Vincent and Louise (formerly Amate House) and Special Service Days at DePaul. She is also involved in a variety of special projects such as the Concern Fast which promoted Concern's work fighting hunger and poverty in the developing world. Prior to her work at DePaul, Siobhan served as a Jesuit and Palliottine Volunteer working with the homeless and previous to this, Siobhan worked in investment banking and advertising in London.
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