Crystal is a senior at Regis who is double-majoring in psychology and Spanish. Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, she carries the love for her city and her enthusiasm for those in it at the forefront of her work. Her passions lie within creating and maintaining spaces in which individuals on the margins can reach their fullest potential, not only within the university, but in the greater Denver community as well. For her, it is not enough to teach about social injustices, or talk about them within the context of our Jesuit values; we must take action and make our values manifest. And this means looking inward, then outward. Let’s get to work!
Director of Health Awareness- Morgan Nicholl-Lewandowski
Morgan is a junior exploring molecular biology with an endless love of learning and high aspirations that include making a meaningful impact in the world of healthcare. Through conversation, collaboration and special consideration toward increasingly relevant issues on college campuses, Morgan and her committee members ultimately work toward sustaining the Jesuit value of cura personalis, (care for the whole person) as a leading priority on our campus among faculty, staff and students alike. Effective education is key to efficient change, so working with different departments, student organizations, and divisions of Regis’ Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions on this year’s events and campaigns is an endeavor that HAC will incorporate in order to exceed these goals. If you aim to make a positive difference in the overall health of Regis University this year, do not hesitate to reach out and get involved.
Director of Marketing and Media- Katelyn Esparza
Katelyn Esparza is a senior at Regis and is majoring in communication with an emphasis in Neuromarketing. As the Director of Marketing and Media, Katelyn is responsible for promoting campus happenings through multiple outlets and branding RUSGA as a whole. As director, Katelyn plans to transform the way RUSGA markets to students, by creating a more personalized approach. Her goal is to improve the sense of community on campus while increasing event attendance and ensuring that the gap between elected RUSGA officials and the general student population is closed.
Director of Programming and Activities- Tyler Baker
Tyler is a senior majoring in Politics, with a minor in Pre Law. She is aspiring to go off to Law School and obtain her Juris Doctorate. As Director of Programming Activities, Tyler is responsible for planning the weekly Thursday Thrills, as well as planning and running Ranger Week and Day in the spring. PAC is here to engage students with fun and engaging activities, to strengthen community within the student body. PAC also strives to help relieve the stress that college students endure as well as bringing attention to other clubs and committees through Thursday Thrills.
Director of Campus Relations- Nina Krizman
Nina is a senior who is nervous about the impending entry into the real world, but is excited to serve the Regis community one last time. As Director of Campus Relations she will strive to build bridges between students, faculty and staff, and the administration of Regis University. She hopes to allow students to feel heard by the university, and to see plans become actions. She will focus on collaboration between fellow RUSGA directors and student leaders to create a campus that is representative of, and serves the needs of all of its students.
Director of Multicultural Affairs- Alex Arora
Alex is a senior working towards a major in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. He is currently working on a thesis for the Honors program, focusing on the relationship between tattooing and the ability to cope with negative or traumatic events in human life. Following his time at Regis University, Alex plans to attend law school and attain a JD. As the Director of Multicultural Affairs, Alex plans to help students create the campus they want to live and grow in. Through conversations, shared events, and cooperative initiatives, the concept of diversity will be widened and reshaped on campus in such a way that all viewpoints and experiences can coexist and enhance one another. As director, Alex wants to find new ways to let students speak for themselves and represent themselves in whatever form they choose. If you have ideas or requests, please feel free to reach out!
Director of Finance- Chris Miller
Chris Miller is a senior, double majoring in accounting and business administration with a triple emphasis in finance, marketing and general business. In his future financial career, he aspires to be the CFO for a Fortune 500 company. As the first Director of Finance in almost a decade, Chris will be responsible for defining the role of the Director of Finance and to make it sustainable for the future of the student body.
Director of Student Involvement- Sean Luna
Sean is a senior majoring in Politics, with a minor in Pre-Law. He is aspiring to go off to Law School and obtain his JD. As Director of Student Involvement, Sean is responsible for planning spirit-boosting activities for the Regis community, as well as planning and running Snow Week in the fall, Ranger Week and Day in the spring. SIC is here to engage students with fun and engaging spirit-boosting activities, to strengthen community within the student body. As director, Sean wants to find new ways to let bring all of the student body together from Seniors to Freshman and those who may live off campus.
Director of Community Involvement- Meredith Cooke
Meredith is a senior majoring in English and Communications. As the Director of Community Involvement, Meredith hopes to build upon the work set up in previous years to better the lives of Regis University neighbors. Particularly, she hopes to focus on food stability, as well as access to childcare in order to strengthen families and provide some of the resources necessary for people to thrive. Meredith also is working to start new programs that would leave a lasting legacy of service on and around campus, so please reach out if you have any ideas, or are looking for ways to increase your own community involvement!