Heather N. Malveaux. M.P.S., M.P.H.
J.D. Candidate – Loyola University of New Orleans
M.P. H. – Health Behavior and Health Education – University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
M.P.S. – Non-Profit and Public Leadership – University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service
B.A. – Political Science – Loyola University of New Orleans
Ms. Malveaux is currently the Coordinator of Immersion Programs in the Office of Mission and Ministry at Loyola University of New Orleans. She also teaches the Social Justice Seminar titled, Unveiling Urban Racism at Loyola University. She is currently pursuing her Juris Doctorate degree at Loyola University of New Orleans’ Law School. Ms. Malveaux aspires to become a Civil Rights Attorney. Her academic interest and research has centered on current trends in cultural competency, perceptions of racial and ethnic discrimination in health care, community dialogues as means of HIV/AIDS public health interventions, women’s rights, White privilege, racial justice, and the Black Lives Matter Movement. She presently serves on Loyola University’s Center for International Education Committee and Xavier University’s Institute for Black Catholic Studies’ Black Lives Matter Symposium Advisory Board.