Michael Taylor is the Director of the Saint Clare Center at Cardinal Stritch University, where he coordinates programs for people who work in Catholic schools and parishes to help them grow as ministers and as leaders. Originally from Albuquerque, he has a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico, and a Master’s degree from Marquette University. Before coming to the Saint Clare Center in 2010, he spent 15 years as a teacher and then a principal in Catholic schools.
"The Franciscan tradition that grounds Stritch is a wonderful source of meaning and purpose. It reminds us of the value of all people and the importance of generosity. This Franciscan tradition shapes a culture at Stritch that promotes the development of servant leaders."
- Michael V. Taylor