Get Involved

Danna Student Center - College of Business - Loyola University New Orleans

Make a difference in your own way

The Center for Ethics and Economic Justice invites business professionals and values-driven entrepreneurs to get involved with its efforts by joining as a member in a number of professional organizations.


We are particularly grateful for the strong support of our co-sponsoring institutions:
Loyola University New Orleans and Xavier University of Louisiana.

We want to thank in a special way Fr. Justin Daffron, SJ, Loyola’s Interim President, Michael Capella, the dean of Loyola's College of Business, and Dr. C. Reynold Verret, Xavier President, for hosting us in their space. We are also grateful for the work of our co-organizer Cory Howat, Executive Director of the Catholic Community Foundation.

Additional gratitude to the following:

Archbishop Gregory Aymond
Dr. Kathleen Bellow
Bree Higginbotham
Joshua Hinchie, SJ
Dr. Elisabeth Kincaid
Lisa McLain
Regina Reyes
Gabriela Shinskie
Nannette Smith


Juniors, Seniors and Graduate Students are invited to apply for the Ethics Fellows Program. The Fellows cohort will engage with important questions of business ethics and personal ethical formation, network with business leaders, and serve the New Orleans community by offering financial literacy training to under-resourced communities. 

Program includes: 

  • Monthly Lunch Colloquiums featuring either discussion of important ethics readings or meetings with ethical business leaders. 
  • Teaching at financial literacy clinics. 

Do you want to become an Ethics fellow? - Sign up! 

Campus Enrichment

Faith and Work Luncheon - Sign up!

Women in the Work-Place Dinners - Sign up!

The women of Loyola today will be the future changemakers, CEOs, and business leaders of tomorrow. As part of the Center’s mission to foster an inclusive business environment for students throughout their time at Loyola and beyond, we are thrilled to launch the Women’s Empowerment Program.

Faculty and Staff Lunches

Coming soon.

Catholic Professionals

The Catholic Professional & Business Clubs, Inc., is a national non-profit organization which serves as the support entity to regional and diocesan chapter ministries.

The first chapter club was founded in 1990 in Santa Rosa, California. Chapter clubs host monthly breakfast and/or lunch meetings with a speaker who shares their faith-filled message demonstrating that faith and business ethics need not be mutually exclusive terms.

Through the blessings of the Holy Spirit, CP&BC chapters have continued to grow throughout the nation. The national CP&BC organization was incorporated in 2003, and supports the chapters by providing an annual national conference, formation advising, speaker sources, and various other support services. Loyola's Catholic Professionals chapter is currently being formed.