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Meet Leticia Nieto BA ’03 • Director of Alumni Relations

Please welcome Leticia Nieto (BA ’03) to her new role as director of Alumni Rela- tions at Loyola. A native Chicagoan, Leticia joins the Alumni Relations team from Loyola’s admission office.

Can you tell us a little bit about your background? • My relationship with Jesuit education began in high school when I attended St. Ignatius College Prep here in Chicago. For me, Loyola was the obvious next

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step, because continuing my education in the Jesuit tradition was a priority. After earning my BA in sociology in 2003, I began my professional career at Loyola in enrollment management. My role has shifted from being an admission counselor to my most recent position as associate director of International Admission, where I led a team of four global recruiters.



The NYC Rambler Club invites alumni in the NYC-tristate area to an event exclusive to the local Rambler community. Spend the evening recon- necting with classmates, growing your local Ram- bler network, and enjoying appetizers and drinks.



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What does Loyola mean to you? • Loyola means opportunity, change, and community. Lives are transformed at Loyola. As an admission professional, I’ve had the opportunity to see students as they begin their Loyola experience, and I’m blown away by the transformation they undergo by graduation. Being part of the Loyola community changes you and your perspective on life.

What can Alumni Relations do for Loyola’s alumni? • I think we can inspire alumni. We can remind them why they chose Loyola and what it means to be part of this great community. Our alumni network is full of men and women for oth- ers, and we should provide opportunities for them to give back. We can also help them reconnect with old friends and build professional networks through our career resources.

What are your priorities for Alumni Rela- tions in the coming years? • Among our priorities will be strengthening the Jesuit mission in our programming and providing alumni with opportunities to not only join us for social and networking events but also tie those events into issues that our alumni community finds important. We are also excited to collaborate with the Enroll- ment Division to begin engaging alumni from across the country through those efforts. As a former enrollment manager, I know how important alumni can be when promoting Loyola.

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not at work? • I love to travel, eat, and work out. My husband and I try to visit at least two new countries every year and are on track to visit all seven continents. I love to cook, but even more I love to eat, and this city has so many great restaurants. After all that eating, working out is a

must. I enjoy CrossFit and practice Bikram Yoga. In the summer, I like to ride my bike to work or lace up my running shoes and run home. And, of course, I love to cheer on my Loyola Ramblers!



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