Shaun M. Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Communication and Faculty Advisor for the Institute of Business Ethics and Sustainability at Loyola Marymount University. His teaching and research interests are focused on the effective use of corporate social responsibility within and outside of organizations, particularly, sport organizations. He has published in the Psychology of Popular Media Culture, International Journal of Sport Communication, and Sport Marketing Association conference proceedings. His latest book chapter entitled, Protest and Public Memory: Documenting the 1968 Summer Olympic Games, will be published in the upcoming book entitled, The Sports Documentary: Time, Space, and Power.
He has traveled to present his work nationally and internationally at conferences such as the National Communication Association, Association for Business Communication, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, and the Black Student Athlete Summit. In addition to this, his work has been featured in popular press outlets such as Huffington Post, Medium.com, Western City Magazine, and WorldPolicy.org. Also, he has worked with several organizations on the social responsibility efforts including PBS, Football University, Major League Baseball, and the Arkansas Minority Health Commission.
He has won several awards including being presented with the “Professor of the Year” award and served as an “Honorary Coach” for the Loyola Marymount University Women’s Basketball team. In 2018, he was named a Black Enterprise magazine “Modern Man of Distinction” for his commitment to teaching and scholarship. He currently serves on the University Athletics Board and the Intercultural Faculty Committee at Loyola Marymount University.
- Was selected as 2018 Black Enterprise Magazine "100 Men of Distinction" award for my work in social change.
- Awarded the W.E.B. DuBois Fellowship to pursue my Ph.D. at West Virginia University from 2013 - 2016