October 12, 2020 by JeffParavano
The national Jesuit Friends and Alumni Network gathered virtually on Thursday, October 8, 2020 for its fall luncheon. Isaiah “Ike” McKinnon, Ph.D., former Deputy Mayor and Chief of Police of the City of Detroit, spoke on the topic of “Keeping Faith in a Violent Society: The Role of Ignatian Spirituality in My Faith Formation.”
This event was presented via Zoom. Click here to watch the recording — the passcode is !PQEkJK8.
About Our Presenter:
Isaiah McKinnon, Ph.D. is the former Deputy Mayor and Chief of Police of the City of Detroit. A noted educator and national expert on public safety, Dr. McKinnon is a retired associate professor of education at the University of Detroit Mercy, and an Emmy winner for his work as a safety consultant for NBC News. Dr. McKinnon has authored three books and co-authored two others, in addition to numerous articles on crime and public safety. Jesuit-educated, he earned his B.A. from Mercy College, an M.A. from the University of Detroit Mercy and a Ph.D. from Michigan State University. Dr. McKinnon is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the United States Secret Service School.