Assistant Director for Outreach Services
Emmanuel Cannady (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- BS Mathematics & Psychology, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse - 2007
- Master of Science in Education (M. S. Ed.), University of Wisconsin - La Crosse - 2009
Emmanuel most recently joins Notre Dame from Gonzaga University where he was a Resident Director for 3 years overseeing 2 all-male and 2-all female halls. During his tenure he was a member of the City of Spokane Human Rights Commission and helped in the community response to the 2009 Martin Luther King parade bomb plot and addressing public dissatisfaction with the Spokane Police Department. At Gonzaga University, Emmanuel chaired the adjudicating committee overseeing the Knights and Setons service organization's return to developing young men and women for others. Emmanuel also was certified as a Green Dot bystander intervention trainer and spoke to audiences ranging from 6-1000+ student athletes, residence hall communities, and Spokane community members about their role in bystander intervention and sexual assault prevention. Prior to that he was an Assistant Director/Special Programs Director/Ropes Challenge Course Director at Easter Seals Camp Wawbeek in Wisconsin Dells, WI which serves people of all ages with physical and cognitive disabilities.
Emmanuel brings scholastic experience and has lectured in Master's-Level classes regarding qualitative research techniques, presented to audiences and classrooms on issues of diversity education, time management, sexual assault bystander intervention and servant leadership. Emmanuel is also well-versed in masculinity programming and oversaw the ManTalk mini-retreat program at Gonzaga University that was attended by almost 1 in 12 on-campus male students.
For fun, Emmanuel loves to snowboard, play ultimate frisbee and spend time with his family. He is excited to join Notre Dame students on the World Tae Kwon Do Club.
"Sooner or later, we all discover that kindness is the only strength there is." ~Fr. Greg Boyle
"A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves." ~Lao Tsu