Father Kevin F. Burke
Vice President, Mission
Overseeing efforts to empower and equip Regis community members to live out our Jesuit, Catholic mission, Father Burke is an internationally recognized theologian, speaker, author and editor known for his expertise on Ignacio Ellacuría, Jesuit martyr of El Salvador, and poet Denise Levertov.
He spent 20 years on the faculties of the two U.S. Jesuit theology centers — Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California. He also served as dean and acting president at the latter.
Ordained a priest in 1986, he returned to Regis in 2017. From 1988-92 he served on Regis’ University Ministry team, when he helped found Romero House and Service Learning.
Director, University Ministry
Having worked in Jesuit education and ministry for more than 20 years, Gonsalves-McCabe is passionate about Ignatian spirituality and how it helps students navigate a complicated world. Her specializations have included liturgy, small faith communities, student formation and retreats. She holds a bachelor’s in English Literature and a master’s in Pastoral Studies, both from Loyola Marymount University.
Assistant Director, Institute on the Common Good
Besides teaching courses in philosophy and religious studies, Justin’s main focus is the three-year mission onboarding process for new faculty, as well as coordinating the Institute’s community engagement initiatives. A former executive director of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps: Midwest, he holds a bachelor’s in Theology and Psychology from Creighton University, a master’s in Theology and Religion from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), and a doctorate in Theology and Education from Boston College.
Assistant Vice President, Mission
Director, Institute on the Common Good
Professor, Religious Studies
Kloos is theologian with a passion for faculty and staff formation in Jesuit mission and vocational discernment in Jesuit higher education.. Kloos earned a bachelor’s degree in religion and music from St. Olaf College, and a master’s and doctorate in theology from the University of Notre Dame. Her scholarship focuses on St. Augustine of Hippo and on the role of spirituality in higher education.
Assistant to the Vice President for Mission and Art
For more than three decades, Phillips has served Regis University as lay minister, artist, musician, and poet, among other contributions. With master’s degrees in Fine Arts and Adult Community Formation, he brings creative insights to prayer events, ministry programming, Mission programming — like retreats and interfaith events — and the installation of permanent art on campus.
Assistant to Vice President of Mission
A member of the Regis staff for more than 14 years, Brown is a Denver native and mother of two Regis alumnae. She coordinates a myriad of activities and programs for the Mission team and continues to do the work of the Institute on the Common Good, promoting the need for transformational dialogue and trust building to bring about major social change. She studied Communication at Regis.
University Chair of Ignatian Thought and Imagination
Pramuk has spoken widely, written, taught and led retreats on interests ranging from Ignatian spirituality to Black Catholic history and racial justice to the life and writings of Thomas Merton. A lifelong musician, associate professor of theology and author, he guides faculty and staff formation in the Ignatian tradition and explores the future of Jesuit education.