Emilio Travieso SJ

Since leaving Campion Hall, alumnus Emilio Travieso has been engaged in “hope movements” to find creative solutions to tackle problems like climate change and inequality. He specializes in food systems and is engaged in developing an educational model for rural schools in Haiti that  stimulates innovation through productive projects organised around agroecology.

Vijay D'Souza SJ

More than 80 percent of the world’s indigenous languages are endangered today, and with language extinction comes the tragic loss of a community’s collective roots. Alumnus Vijay D'Souza has been working in India to preserve, document, and promote the Hrusso Aka language. 

Alejandro Olayo-Méndez SJ

Alumnus Alejandro Olayo-Méndez's interest in migration studies has taken him to Mexico, where he studied the role of migration shelters and documented migrants' experiences along migration routes, leading to his current role as Assistant Professor at Boston College School of Social Work.