Mission and Ministry
About

Campus Ministers

  • Tammy Liddell, M.Div.

    Tammy Liddell, M.Div.

    Director
    Phone: 206.296.6052
    Tammy has been a Campus Minister in Jesuit higher education for nearly 20 years.  She earned her Master of Divinity at the University of Notre Dame in 1991.  After several years living in a L'Arche community in Ireland Tammy continued her career in Campus Ministry at her alma mater, Creighton University.  While a minister Boston College, Tammy completed a Masters in Counseling Psychology.  She continues to be inspired by our Ignatian tradition and trusts that God is at work in the lives of the students, faculty and staff at Seattle University. She feels privileged to be a part of the good work that Campus Ministry accomplishes and the wonderful spirit of this university. Tammy is delighted to be back on the West Coast, and plans to enjoy the Puget Sound lifestyle with her spouse, two children and the family dog! 
    Ms. Erin Beary Andersen

    Ms. Erin Beary Andersen

    Associate Director of Campus Ministry
    Phone: 206.296.6053
    Erin is a Seattle University alumna and one of the original members of the first S.U. Women's Cross Country Team. Originally from Richland, Washington, Erin completed her Master of Divinity degree at Boston University and obtained a Certificate in International Mission and Ecumenism from the Boston Theological Institute. Her focus in religious conflict and religious reconciliation led her to complete her field education in Northern Ireland. Erin deeply believes that spiritual ecumenism can change the world.  In her spare time, Erin enjoys reading, running, softball, and spending time with her husband, Casey, and her black lab, Betty
    Ms. Rachel Doll O'Mahoney

    Ms. Rachel Doll O'Mahoney

    Campus Minister for Faith Formation
    Phone: 206.296.5585

    Rachel has been doing ministry of one kind or another since She was a young adult.  She joined Seattle University Campus Ministry in the fall of 2010 Rachel received a graduate degree at Weston Jesuit School of Theology (currently Boston College School of Theology and Ministry) and did her undergraduate work at Quincy University where she studied theology and Franciscan studies.  

    Her clearest vocational call is the voice of women she ministered for (or did they do the ministry?) at a prison ministry in Northern Missouri. These experiences shaped her perspectives on justice, race, and poverty issues in American culture, and continue to inspire her to work with others who will bring about change in our world!  From these foundational experiences she is inspired to live a life devoted to curiosity, simple living, a deep trust in the work of the Holy Spirit and creating change in small, but inspired ways. 

    Rachel and her partner delight in married life and have 2 awesome daughters who ensure that they live in the present moment and find God in the chaos of life.  She has a pair of very dirty gardening shoes, a full spice rack, a pile of crafty projects and more books checked out from the library than should be allowed.

    Mr. Bill McNamara

    Mr. Bill McNamara

    Campus Minister for Liturgical Music
    Phone: 206.296.6031
    Bill grew up in Queens, NY and earned his BA in theology and psychology from Georgetown University. Bill has ministered at a retreat center in Cincinnati, OH, and at parishes in Enumclaw, WA, Oakland, CA, and Bellevue, WA. He completed his Master of Divinity degree at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley in 2003. Bill enjoys traveling, hiking, bicycling, journaling, and anything to do with the preparation and sharing of good food. Bill and his spouse also have their hands full raising two young children, ages 2 and 6. He plays piano and has sung with both the SU Choirs and the Seattle Men’s Chorus. Bill has loved Catholic liturgy and liturgical music for as long as he can remember, and enjoys sharing that enthusiasm with the SU community.
    Mr. Francisco Bujanda

    Mr. Francisco Bujanda

    Campus Minister for Retreats
    Phone: 206.296.5731
    Francisco was born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in Southern California. He went to undergrad at John Carroll University, a Jesuit institution in Cleveland, Ohio. After college, he volunteered in Ecuador with Rostro de Cristo. At a certain point, Francisco’s passion for justice and accompanying others led him to start working toward a Master’s in Relationship and Pastoral Therapy. Francisco spends most of his free time finding new bike routes to explore in Seattle, deepening his yoga practice, climbing with friends, and getting creative with cooking. He believes community is the greatest catalyst for personal growth and group change. He loves and has worked several years as a retreats director because he sees retreats as an ideal place where community is built and where that personal and communal growth is possible.
    Ms. Marilyn Nash

    Ms. Marilyn Nash

    Campus Minister for Ignatian Spirituality & Resident Minister for Bellarmine Hall
    Phone: 206.296.2267

    Marilyn Nash was born in Pennsylvania, moved to Seattle as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and fell in love with the northwest. After JVC she worked in social services attending to communities who were homeless or on the margins and was very impacted by the experience. She has a special interest in the body’s relationship to spirituality and worked as a massage therapist for over 10 years. She is an alumna of SU’s School of Theology and Ministry. Marilyn’s passions blur between the personal and professional. She enjoys conversations and spaces that explore spirituality, contemplation, discernment, mindfulness and meaning making; and finds joy in good meals, bad puns, expressive words, gathering communities and being with students.  

    She hopes her presence at Seattle U helps to both honor and adapt the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius; and that students feel more receptive to loving and being loved through their encounters with her and with campus ministry. Marilyn also currently lives in Bellarmine Hall as a Resident Minister!

    Rev. Tad Monroe

    Rev. Tad Monroe

    Ecumenical and Multifaith Minister & Resident Minister for Chardin Hall
    Phone: 206.296.6049
    Tad Monroe grew up in Yakima, WA but has lived in Tacoma for almost 20 years. He did his undergraduate in history and journalism at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) and his Masters of Divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary. Tad is an ordained Presbyterian minister. His ministry career has consisted in serving two urban congregations in Tacoma as pastor, working as a non-profit director and consultant, and in campus ministry at PLU and the University of Puget Sound. Tad loves sports and the arts equally. He has coached high school football in Tacoma for 5 years. He is an avid arts patron, producer, and artist himself (poet, writer, and storyteller.) Tad helped found the Poet Laureate position in Tacoma, has produced many poetry readings, is co-founder and producer of the City of Destiny Faith and Film series, and is co-producer and founder of Tacoma's live storytelling show called the Drunken Telegraph. When Tad isn't watching sports or enjoying the arts, he loves being with his community of friends and family, cooking, good food and drink, traveling, stimulating conversation, and reading often.
    Jimmy McCarty, Ph.D.

    Jimmy McCarty, Ph.D.

    Campus Minister for Social Justice
    Phone: 206.296.6079
    Jimmy was born in Daegu, South Korea, raised in Tacoma, WA, and comes to Seattle University after completing his PhD in Religion, Ethics, and Society at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Before pursuing his doctorate he earned a BA in Religion from Pepperdine University and an MA in Ethics from Claremont School of Theology. He brings prior experience in college and urban ministry, nonprofit management, university and seminary education, and social justice and peacebuilding activism in international and domestic contexts. In addition, he has published several chapters in books and articles in academic journals such as the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics , Theology and Sexuality , and the  Journal of Law and Religion . Jimmy has also published shorter essays in online venues such as The Huffington Post  and Religion Dispatches, and edited an issue of the journal Practical Matters ( http://practicalmattersjournal.org/issue_cover/5 ) focused on the intersection of religion with violence and peacebuilding. He has been married to Desiree since 2007, and they enjoy running, hiking, traveling, and cooking together.
    Ms. Kari Langsea

    Ms. Kari Langsea

    Senior Administrative Assistant
    Phone: 206.296.6067
    Kari joined Campus Ministry in October 2003 and has been enjoying the ride along the way since then. She earned her Master of Public Administration degree from Seattle University in March 2008 and is strong in her desire to never write another paper or give another classroom presentation. Kari enjoys working with students, especially focusing on formation with the Student Campus Ministers, and has taken particular joy in working with the Ecuador Excursion program since 2008. Kari enjoys reading (especially international crime novels), baking bread, laughing at ridiculous things, knitting, playing in the rain, watching football, and being an aunt to some of the sweetest kids in the world.  She is an Orthodox Christian and gains great solace in the knowledge that God is bigger than her own little imagination. She is the one shown without the gray fur.
  • Student Campus Ministers

    • AnneMarie Ladlad, Public Relations
    • Delaney Piper, Social Justice
    • Jarrod Gallagher, Social Justice
    • Feeza Mohammad, Multifaith
    • Jamie Wipf, Ecumenical
    • Elin Skaardal, Ecumenical
    • Camille Kammer, Faith Formation
    • Jeremy Garma, Liturgy
    • Linh Le, Liturgy
    • Michael Lott, Liturgy
    • Maya Lall, Liturgy
    • Sarah Penalosa, Liturgy
    • An Le, Administrative Support
    • Morgan Rodriguez, Retreats
    • Evan Britton, Liturgical Music