Meet Isaac


Isaac Koffi-Moyet '25
"I have a lot of school pride and want to leave a legacy as an honest person who is growth oriented."

Isaac is a hard worker, plain and simple, and his impact has stretched campuswide.
As an executive member of the Black Student Union, Isaac played a leading role in planning this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. assembly. In addition, he served on the executive planning committee for the 2023 Justice Summit and was a member of the Integritas Committee. These are just a few examples of how Isaac dives in and makes a difference for our school and greater community.
He has a specific interest in cyber and is in the Cyber and Informatics Certificate Program. Although he’s only a Junior, he already plans on developing an AI bot that analyzes web data from publicly traded companies for his Senior capstone project. He has an entrepreneurial spirit and is thinking about working as a systems engineer at a startup someday.
When contemplating the next step in his educational journey, Isaac visited other schools but knew in his heart he wanted a Jesuit Catholic School education. Once he visited Loyola, the decision became clear. Now we have the great fortune of both Isaac and his brother David '27 as Dons! They have volunteered with the Admissions Office as ambassadors at the Sacred Heart of Glyndon school fair and were received by excited classmates from their alma mater.
Thankfully, Isaac has another year at Loyola, and we can’t wait to see what he accomplishes. He remarked, “I have a lot of school pride and want to leave a legacy as an honest person who is growth oriented.” Thank you, Isaac, for being such a stellar example of what it means to be a Don!

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