Huether Conference Keynote Speakers:
Peter Stemp joined the De La Salle Solidarietà Internazionale – ONLUS staff as associate director in October 2017 to support fundraising efforts in the United States and Europe. Prior to moving to Rome to work with ONLUS, Peter worked with Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, serving as an associate program director. Peter also served with Solidarity with South Sudan, an inter-congregational response to provide teacher and nurse training in South Sudan, assisting with fundraising and grant management. Peter holds a master’s in international relations from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, and a master of science in education from Pace University in New York City. He is a proud alumnus of Saint Mary’s College of California in Moraga, where he earned a bachelor’s in Spanish and communications.
Brother Téfio Raoul Traoré, FSC, joined the De La Salle Solidarietà Internazionale – ONLUS staff as associate director in March 2018 to support management and fundraising efforts. Prior to ONLUS, he worked as French teacher, school bursar and secretary of the West Africa District of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. He also worked as project manager in his District. Fluent in English, French and Spanish, Brother Téfio Raoul holds a bachelor’s in educational sciences from Centre Lasallien Africain in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, a master’s in project management and a master of business administration from Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, Spain.
Dr. Michael Fowlin, better known as Mykee, is no stranger to the stage. He has been formally acting since age 11. In addition to his talents on stage, he has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Evangel University, in Springfield, Missouri, and in the fall of 2001, he attained a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Rutgers University in New Jersey. His programs combine both his professional acting talents and his psychological training. His mission is to create an atmosphere of worldwide inclusion, not just tolerance, toward all people. He has worked extensively with all age groups in the United States and in other countries. His work has included peer mediation, diversity trainings, gender equity workshops and violence prevention seminars.
Brother Timothy Coldwell, FSC, was elected as General Councilor for the Lasallian Region of North America (RELAN) at the 45th General Chapter in 2014. As a member of the General Council, Brother Tim spends a significant amount of time at the Generalate in Rome and visiting Lasallian ministries worldwide. In RELAN, Brother Tim provides service and leadership to the four Districts of RELAN. For the seven years prior to his election as General Councilor, he served as Visitor of the former District of New Orleans-Santa Fe. Brother Tim is a presenter at the Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies and a variety of other Lasallian formation programs. Brother Tim has long been associated with the Lasallian mission, beginning with his days as a student at Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie, Louisiana.