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Center for Community Service-Learning Thrives on Continuity


A change in leadership often means a change in direction. For the University of San Diego’s Center for Community Service-Learning, Chris Nayve’s recent promotion to director is a natural progression for both the USD alumnus and for the center.

“We run the office pretty flat, it’s not a traditional hierarchy,” said Nayve, who has earned three degrees at USD (BA ‘98, JD ‘06, MBA ‘07) and has been linked with CSL since 1996. “It might seem like a big shift in terms of staff being placed in new roles, but internally, it’s not that big a shift since we’ve all done elements of each others’ jobs.”

Nayve, who will continue to work alongside fellow USD alumni and veteran CSL staff members John Loggins and Brenna Hughes, replaces Elaine Elliott, who retired as director in June. Elliott replaced inaugural CSL director Judy Rauner when she retired in 2002. Nayve, 37, accepted the promotion knowing the importance of continuity. (Full Story Inside USD)


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