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Loyola University Chicago

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Faculty and Staff

Matt Thibeau

Title/s: Faculty

Office #: Lewis Towers 401

Phone: 312.915.6501

E-mail: mthibeau@sbcglobal.net

About

Matthew Thibeau serves as a management consultant and executive coach with extensive expertise and experience in publishing, strategic planning, and operations working with corporate, associations and nonprofit organizations. He has facilitated and led Board and leadership team retreats in innovative planning sessions and is a sought after public speaker at conferences.

As a management consultant, he has worked across various industries advising C-Suite executives on organizational development, strategic planning and change management. Clients include the UFPA/PMA, AM&AA, UNITE HERE HEALTH, and multiple faith based and nonprofit organizations.

Matt authored the McGraw-Hill’s Reading Teachers Supplement for Faith and Values, and coordinated the development of the Integrating Catholic Heritage, a supplement to The World Around Us social studies program. He was the contributing author to the National Catholic Education Association’s book Character Development in the Catholic School and the Today’s Catholic Teacher article Reviewing and Selecting the Most Appropriate Religious Education Program.

Matt, a former high school teacher and football coach, served as Treasurer and Board member of Ministering Together, a non-profit organization seeking to enhance and facilitate collaboration among Church ministries. Previously he has served on the Board of Directors for the Catholic Book Publishers Association and the National Catholic Educational Exhibitors.  He also served as a founding board member of the Kucera Center at Loras College. He was the founder and director of the Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Education Foundation, an organization that seeks to identify, acknowledge, and empower the work of classroom teachers.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Loyola University of Chicago and a master’s of divinity degree from the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, IL.

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