Dr. Nancy Dallavalle, Fairfield University (Chair)
Dr. Dallavalle is the Vice President for Mission and Identity at Fairfield and Associate Professor of Religious Studies. She is a systematic theologian by training, but much of her recent work has focused on faith and gender and on "public Catholicism," i.e., the presence of Catholic voices in conversations of broad public interest. She also served as a department chair for six years at Fairfield. Dr. Nancy Dallavalle, Fairfield University (Chair)
Rev. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J., Fordham University
Fr. O'Keefe is currently the Rector of Fordham's Ciszek Hall, home to Jesuits currently in philosophy studies whose formation he oversees. Prior to his recent arrival in New York, he was a tenured professor and Dean in the Lynch School of Education at Boston College. He has served as trustee at several Jesuit universities and on the visiting team for Regis University's Mission Priority Examen. Rev. Joseph O’Keefe, S.J., Fordham University
Dr. Thomas Reynolds, Regis University and the UCS Province
Dr. Reynolds is the immediate past Vice President for Mission and Ministry at Regis University. An alumnus of LMU, he worked in student affairs at LMU before becoming Vice President for Student Life at Regis University and eventually Vice President for Mission and Ministry. He is one of the founding figures of the Ignatian Colleagues Program and recently retired from Regis to become the Provincial Assistant for Higher Education in the US Central and Southern Province of the Society of Jesus. Dr. Thomas Reynolds, Regis University and the UCS Province
Ms. María de la Luz (Lulu) Santana, Santa Clara University
Ms. Santana is the Director of Campus Ministry at Santa Clara, where she has worked since 1997. She has also served as acting director of Santa Clara's Casa de la Solidaridad in San Salvador. She has an M.A. in Catechetics from Santa Clara and is an alumna of the Spiritual Directors' Institute at Mercy Center in Burlingame, California. At Santa Clara, she has participated in a variety of ministries, including retreat programs, RCIA (Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults), immersion trips, spiritual direction, and Spanish liturgies. She also volunteers with San Jose's Restorative Justice program. Ms. María de la Luz (Lulu) Santana, Santa Clara University