Click below on the profile links to learn more about our stellar faculty. You will discover that they are engaged in all three strands of our work – co-curricular, academic and spiritual – showing their commitment to strive towards the Magis – the more.
They support the Jesuit philosophy of cura personalis and cura communis, caring for the individual and maintaining positive, respectful relationships with all members of the community. They also support Jesuit commitment to a faith that does justice.
They meet the needs of students of differing backgrounds and abilities and encouraging students to be risk-takers who learn from their mistakes. They also model and encourage an enthusiastic desire for lifelong learning.
They are also well prepared and engage in ongoing professional development. Nearly 100 hold masters degrees, and another five have earned their doctoral degrees.
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Ms. Jennifer Roy
M.S., Student Affairs in Higher Education, Colorado State 1999
B.A., History/Communication, University of Puget Sound 1993
Ms. Jen Roy grew up in Marin and graduated from San Domenico School in San Anselmo in 1989. Ms. Roy then went on to get her Bachelor's degree from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA in History. She went back to work at San Domenico for three years and then moved into college student life, getting her Master's in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO in 1999 and working at California State University, Chico for six years. In 2005, Ms. Roy decided to do a volunteer year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) in Boston, MA where she worked at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church. Ms. Roy then stayed in Boston for the next eight years, where she continued to work in parish ministry at St. Mary's for three more years as well as working in Campus Ministry at Simmons College for three years and at Emmanuel College for three years. Ms. Roy is a trained spiritual director and just completed a Post-Master's Certificate in Spiritual Formation at Boston College.