Interfaith Campus Minister
Brian oversees the Interfaith Advocate team, Interfaith Ally Training program, Interfaith Retreat, and other Interfaith Collaborations. He also serve as an advisor to various student faith-based organizations.
Brian Anderson was born in Lafayette, IN, and went to Butler university for undergraduate degrees of Psychology and Religious Studies. Then "ran away" to Alaska for a year of Jesuit Volunteer service and ended up working in Anchorage, Alaska for 4 years until moving to Seattle University for a Master's in Student Development Administration. Most recently, he served as a Hall Minister at Marquette University working with first year men in O'Donnell Hall as well as working on campus as an alcohol educator. Currently, he enjoys being part of the Campus Ministry team at Loyola where he is also enrolled part time in the MAPS program in Institute of Pastoral Studies. When not working, you can him running, gardening, or relaxing in his hammock.