Mark Shriver is the senior vice president of the US Programs at Save
the Children in Washington, D.C. Shriver created the Choice Program,
served in the Maryland state legislature for eight years, and was
chair of the National Commission on Children and Disasters. Mark Shriver will speak about his book A Good Man: Rediscovering
My Father, Sargent Shriver.
"In A Good Man, Mark Shriver gives a rich personal account of growing up with a father whose boundless optimism and life of public service made a profound difference for millions of people. Read it and come away, like Mark, reenergized and reinspired to follow Sargent Shriver's extraordinary example."
First event in a series on "Jesuit Mission in the University, the Church, and the World"
Cosponsored by the USF Office of the President, University Ministry, Joan and Ralph Lane Center for Catholic Studies and Social Thought, the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, St. Ignatius Parish, and the University Council for Jesuit Mission.
Photo courtesy of Leading Authorities Speakers Bureau.