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Milton J. Bravo

Dec 9, 2021, 08:20 AM
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Milton Javier Bravo, Ph.D., became the inaugural Vice President for Mission, Values, and Inclusion on November 1, 2021.

Dr. Bravo is a Latino theologian who has served Catholic colleges and universities and faith-based non-profit organizations for more than a decade.  His experience in higher education includes service in enrollment management, campus ministry, mission integration, academic advising, student life, academic research, and undergraduate instruction in Theological and Philosophical studies. His primary foci are on-campus efforts to better serve first-generation and underrepresented students along with the establishment of comprehensive networks of support for student retention and success.

Dr. Bravo has also served as an academic officer establishing policy and practices that honor and advance Catholic mission.  He has served as an advocate for underrepresented populations and is active in religious, secular, and civic organizations. He is a member of the board of directors for the Academy of Hispanic Theologians in the United States, and Hope Border Institute, in El Paso, Texas.  He is the former associate publisher at Commonweal Magazine, a lay-edited independent journal of opinion based in New York City. 

 Dr. Bravo earned his bachelor's degree in Theology and Philosophy from St. Peter’s, a Catholic and Jesuit university in Jersey City, New Jersey.  He earned a MA in Theology (concentration in Biblical Studies) from the Immaculate Conception Seminary of Seton Hall University. Bravo earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Fordham University, New York City. 

Originally from Ambato, Ecuador, Dr. Bravo is married to Stephanie Bravo and they are the proud parents of Maximilian. 

Milton J. Bravo

Dec 9, 2021, 08:20 AM
Name : Milton J. Bravo
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Title : Vice President for Mission, Values, and Inclusion
Email : MilBravo@edgewood.edu
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Milton Javier Bravo, Ph.D., became the inaugural Vice President for Mission, Values, and Inclusion on November 1, 2021.

Dr. Bravo is a Latino theologian who has served Catholic colleges and universities and faith-based non-profit organizations for more than a decade.  His experience in higher education includes service in enrollment management, campus ministry, mission integration, academic advising, student life, academic research, and undergraduate instruction in Theological and Philosophical studies. His primary foci are on-campus efforts to better serve first-generation and underrepresented students along with the establishment of comprehensive networks of support for student retention and success.

Dr. Bravo has also served as an academic officer establishing policy and practices that honor and advance Catholic mission.  He has served as an advocate for underrepresented populations and is active in religious, secular, and civic organizations. He is a member of the board of directors for the Academy of Hispanic Theologians in the United States, and Hope Border Institute, in El Paso, Texas.  He is the former associate publisher at Commonweal Magazine, a lay-edited independent journal of opinion based in New York City. 

 Dr. Bravo earned his bachelor's degree in Theology and Philosophy from St. Peter’s, a Catholic and Jesuit university in Jersey City, New Jersey.  He earned a MA in Theology (concentration in Biblical Studies) from the Immaculate Conception Seminary of Seton Hall University. Bravo earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Fordham University, New York City. 

Originally from Ambato, Ecuador, Dr. Bravo is married to Stephanie Bravo and they are the proud parents of Maximilian.