Muhammad Ali Institute welcomes Assistant Director

Brandyn Bailey to help lead MAI into new landscape

The University of Louisville Muhammad Ali Institute is excited to welcome Brandyn Bailey as its’ new Assistant Director. Bailey will assist Director Enid Trucios-Haynes with day to day duties such as managing the research projects with the Muhammad Ali Scholars, communications, and community engagement amongst other initiatives.

Bailey makes his way to the Cardinal family from Louisville Metro Government where he was appointed to Mayor Fischer’s Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods as the Youth Engagement and Communication Liaison. He is highly experienced in community engagement, and also established in national violence prevention networks such as Cities United and the Campaign for Black Male Achievement.

“We are excited to have Brandyn onboard with us and anxious to work together with the energy and experience he brings to the Muhammad Ali Institute”, said Enid Trucios-Haynes.

“I consider myself fortunate to be a part of the Cardinal family. There are brilliant minds here at the Ali Institute and I’m anticipating doing great things together with the Ali Scholars and other organizations that we decide to collaborate with”, Bailey explained.