Who Is My Neighbor Series

Meet the members of the Racial Equity Inclusion Task Force of St. Dominic.

Chris Kerr

Our Racial Justice Task Force's newest "Who is my neighbor" video interview is with Chris Kerr, the executive director of the Ignatian Solidarity Network, a national Catholic social justice education and advocacy organization. He and his wife, Jill DiPiero, and their three boys are actively engaged in Saint Dominic Parish activities.

Bill Scanlon

In this month's "Who is my neighbor" video, we are profiling Bill Scanlon, another member of our church's Racial Equity Task Force. Bill teaches science at Shaker Heights High School and is treasurer of the teachers union. He is married to Jackie Conway Scanlon and they have 3 children who all attended Shaker schools. He loves being a part of the St. Dominic/Shaker community. Watch Bill's video to learn about the "what would Jesus do" moment that catapulted him to action in the racial equity space.

Lorna Askew

Our first “Who is my neighbor” video profile is of parishioner Lorna Askew. Lorna is a retired Cleveland Heights-University Heights 8th-grade Special Education teacher. She currently spends time enjoying virtual art classes, looking after her 1-year-old grandson, and visiting with her large extended family and close friends. She lives in Beachwood and her adult children attended the Ohio University.