M&M Staff Heather Malveaux Honored by BSU for Professional Achievement

Heather Malveaux

Sun, 04/27/2014

Heather MalveauxHeather Malveaux, who coordinates the Ignacio Volunteers International Immersion programs was honored Saturday evening by the Black Student Union (BSU) as the 2014 recipient of the Nia Award for Professional Achievement.   She was selected because of her service, leadership, and dedication to the mission of the Black Student Union.   Heather received her award on April 26 at the Annual Norman Roussell Scholarship Gala McKenna Museum of African American Art.

Heather Malveaux grew up on the Westbank of New Orleans and started her college career at Xavier University of New Orleans, and then transferred to Loyola her senior year, majoring in political science and graduating in 2007.   She pursued a dual master’s degree in Little Rock, AR at the Clinton School of Public Service (Master of Public Service) and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (Master of Public Health).  She has been on staff at Loyola only since August 2013.

Congratulations, Heather!