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President Tetlow receives a proclamation from the New Orleans City Council

Loyola announcement - July 13, 2018

On Tuesday, July 12, 2018, Loyola University New Orleans incoming President Tania Tetlow received a proclamation from the New Orleans City Council. At a formal meeting of the council in the New Orleans City Council Chamber, located downtown on Perdido Street, Tetlow was presented a framed proclamation at the request of Councilmember Joseph I. Giarrusso III, “for her many accomplishments, leadership, and commitment to Loyola and the City of New Orleans.”

The proclamation was signed by Councilmember-at-Large Jason Rogers Williams, Council President; Councilmember-at-Large Helena Moreno, Council Vice President; and the five other City Council members, including Giarrusso.

Tetlow, who currently serves as chief of staff and senior vice president at Tulane University, joins Loyola in August as the university’s 17th president. She will be the first layperson and the first woman to lead Loyola since the university’s founding in 1912.

The framed proclamation cited Tetlow’s professional accomplishments and her contributions to the legal profession, the city of New Orleans, and Tulane. In great welcome to her new role as Loyola University New Orleans president, the proclamation also underscored Tetlow’s strong and deep-rooted ties to the Jesuit community as well as the importance of her service as the first lay person and woman to lead Loyola.

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