Let Us Introduce Ourselves University Ministry Staff Ms. Kristi Gonsalves-McCabe Director of University Ministry Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 303.964.3661 Kristi is originally from San Jose, California. She studied at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where she first encountered the Society of Jesus . After completing an English degree there, Kristi spent two years with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Oregon. She returned to LMU to complete an MA in Pastoral Studies. While there, she worked in Campus Ministry coordinating service and justice projects, and lived in the Residence Halls as a Resident Chaplain. . After graduating, Kristi taught and did Campus Ministry at the Jesuit high school in San Jose for six years. She and her husband relocated to Denver in 2004 and have never looked back. Now they are raising their four awesome children in the Mile-High City. Though Kristi has been on staff in University Ministry since 2007, she has only had the privilege of serving as Director since mid-2012. Please stop by and introduce yourself! Dr. R. Andrew Lee Associate University Minister for Liturgical and Sacred Music Email: email@example.com Phone:303.964.5464 Dr. Andy Lee is originally from Kansas City, Missouri, but much prefers the weather and terrain of Colorado. Andy received his D.M.A. in Piano Performance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Conservatory of Music, where he studied under the direction of John McIntyre. His dissertation (if you are really curious) concerns the effect that minimalist and postminimalist works have on the perception of time. He has also earned a masters in piano performance from UMKC and a bachelors in piano performance from Truman State University. Most recently, Andy was the Artist-in-Residence at Avila University, teaching piano, music theory, and other general music courses. Here at Regis, Andy is in charge of the music for chapel litrugies and events, which includes conducting the Chapel Choir (If you can sing, email him!), and teaching courses for the Music Department. When not working or moonlighting as a concert pianist (randrewlee.com), Andy enjoys spending time with his wife, herself a violinist, and his young daughters. He also enjoys a variety of computer-related activities, such as blogging, web design, and keeping up on the latest Apple rumors. Of course, being in Colorado, he has recently become interested in 14ers, and is anxious to climb as many as he can. Affiliate Ministry Staff Fr. Bart Geger, SJ Director of Ignatian Spirituality Programming Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 303.964.5725 Fr. Bart Geger, of St. Louis, was a Russian Studies major at the University of Missouri before he entered the Jesuits in 1990. After his novitiate in Denver he obtained an MA in Philosophy from St. Louis University, an MTh in Systematic Theology from Heythrop College in London, and did additional studies at Weston Jesuit in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Most recently he was in Madrid, working on his dissertation on Ignatian spirituality at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. As a member of campus ministry Fr. Bart does sacramental ministry, retreat work, spiritual direction, and teaches a course on Jesuit spirituality. His hobbies are genealogy, writing, hiking and Cardinals baseball. Mr. Ken Phillips Assistant to the Vice President for University Art Email: email@example.com Phone: 303.458.4059 First trained as a teacher, Ken Phillips has been involved with liturgical arts, music, planning, and writing since his high school days in Michigan. He continues his association with faith and the arts at Regis University in Denver where he began as a Campus Minister 25 years ago. He is currently Assistant to the Vice President for Mission and Art. He received his BA from Siena Heights (Dominican) College in Michigan, his MFA in printmaking and ceramics from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, and a Master of Arts in Adult Christian Community Development from Regis University. For over three decades, he has been a liturgical artist, planner, and musician at numerous conferences and gatherings in Colorado and beyond. He is currently the liturgist/musician for the evening service for St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Denver, where he has also done numbers of liturgical events and environments. His own current artwork is in the areas of fabric, watercolor, and paper design. Evidence of his influence on the campus includes various collaborations with artists who have done sculptures and various artworks in the Chapel and beyond, installations of faith-related art in classrooms, offices, and public spaces, and his own work found in spaces like the Life Directions Center.