Campus Ministers

Campus Ministers

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Megan Kush (she/her)

Master of Divinity

Campus Minister for Pastoral Care

Phone: 206-296-5585

Building/Room: Student Center 120

Megan Kush was born and raised in Southern California. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Spanish at the University of San Diego and a Master of Divinity degree at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. As an undergraduate, Megan was immersed in settings that engaged the intersections of faith and justice, ultimately leading her to the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and onto a path of accompanying others on their own faith journey. Her passion for ministry grew through her work with youth and young adults in diverse parish settings, as well as in her role as a hospital chaplain. Megan finds renewal and rest through a variety of activities, including walks by the waterside, hiking, attempting new recipes, eating good food, journaling, and salsa dancing. Megan is thrilled to work with young adults once again, seeking to listen and accompany students during the significant, as well as daily moments, of their lives.

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Kari Langsea (she/her)

Master of Public Administration

Senior Administrative Assistant

Phone: 206-296-6067

Kari joined Seattle U and Campus Ministry in October 2003. She earned her Master of Public Administration degree from SU in March 2008 and is glad to have her paper writing days in the past.  Kari enjoys creating an atmosphere of hospitality for all in our community and appreciates the opportunity to work with young adults from all types of backgrounds.  Her work allows her to focus closely on formation of our Student Campus Ministers and she is a chaplain with the annual Interfaith Immersion Cohort each spring quarter.  As a third generation Seattle resident, Kari is grateful that this town is home and she loves the natural beauty of our trees, water, and mountains.  Her hobbies include reading (especially international crime novels), visiting parks, being owned by two cats (Millicent and Henry), baking bread, laughing at ridiculous things, knitting, playing in the rain, watching volleyball and football, and being an auntie to some of the sweetest (and sassiest) young people in the world.  Kari’s spirituality is rooted in contemplative mindfulness and she takes seriously the call to love all of humanity as her neighbor. 

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Bill McNamara (he/him)

Master of Divinity

Campus Minister for Liturgical Music

Phone: 206-296-6031

Bill McNamara, Campus Minister for Liturgical Music at Seattle University, grew up in Queens, NY and completed a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Psychology at Georgetown University and a Master of Divinity degree at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley. Bill has ministered at a retreat center in Cincinnati, OH, and at Catholic parishes in Enumclaw, WA, Oakland, CA, and Bellevue, WA before starting at Seattle U in 2007. Bill and his spouse have two children, along with an enormous golden retriever, Moose. Bill enjoys traveling, hiking, bicycling, journaling, and anything to do with the preparation and sharing of good food. 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.

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Erin Beary Andersen (she/her)

Master of Divinity

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. Erin loves to read, host friends and family for dinner parties and Seahawks games, and spending time with her husband, Casey, and her black lab, Betty.

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Fr. Vincent Duong, SJ (he/him)

Master of Theology in Ignatian Spirituality
Master of Divinity

Campus Minister

Vincent was born and raised in Vietnam. He and his family migrated to the United States on September 29, 1992. Before becoming a Jesuit of the US West province in 2003, he lived in San Diego, California. He was very active in his home parish as a leader of the Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth Movement. During his Jesuits formation, especially his theological studies at Regis College in Toronto-Canada, he got an excellent opportunity to journey with young adults in parish and university settings by listening deeply to their sharing and hanging out with them. After his ordination in 2014, Vincent was assigned to the Most Holy Trinity parish, a very diverse and multicultural parish, in San Jose, California as a parochial vicar. During his five years as a parish priest, he enjoyed the church sacramental life, including organizing many liturgical inculturation celebrations. Vincent is very excited to work in a diverse campus ministry team and especially to continue walking with students during the unusual time, the pandemic.

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Stevi Hamill (she/they)

Master of Arts in Philosophy
Master of Divinity

Campus Minister for Retreats

Phone: 206-296-5731

Originally from Southern California, Stevi Hamill earned their Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at Point Loma Nazarene University. They spent a year in Seattle working for Seattle Public Schools before returning to California to earn a Master of Arts in Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. Looking to return to the forests and mountains of the Pacific Northwest, she moved back to Seattle where she completed her Master of Divinity at Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry. Stevi is grateful for the ecumenical education and religious experiences she has gained throughout her life, having been a part of evangelical, mainline, and Catholic communities in different capacities. She is currently seeking ordination in the United Church of Christ. They love keeping their eyes peeled for the striking similarities and beautiful differences between various expressions of spirituality and religion as they seek after the transcendent. Stevi lives with their spouse and two cats, Appa and Ginny. She enjoys running, hiking, sharing meals, knitting, and hearing people talk about the things they love! 

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Tammy Liddell (she/her)

Master of Divinity

Director of Campus Ministry

Phone: 206-296-6052

Tammy has been Director of Campus Ministry at Seattle University since June 2014. She is an alumna of Jesuit educationundergraduate and graduate school. Tammy earned a Master of Divinity at University of Notre Dame and a Master in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. After 25 years of ministry in Jesuit higher education, she is delighted to be part of a team of talented and creative professional ministers here at SU and contributing to the greater work of the Division of Student Development. Seattle University students are passionate about reflection and social justice and are committed to making the world a better place. She feels privileged to accompany students on their journey of faith and spirituality and justice. Together we explore what it means to be part of the Ignatian heritage of Jesuit education. Tammy lives in the foothills of the Cascades with her spouse and two kids (and Lenny, the dog). They enjoy the days of long sunshine in the summer and sitting by fire on rainy Northwest nights. Tammy hopes that you, too, enjoy your time here on the shores of the Salish Sea and make the most of your time at Seattle University.

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Marissa Robledo (she/her)

Master of Education in Higher Education

Resident Minister

Phone: 206-296-2847

Marissa Robledo was born and raised in California. She earned her undergraduate degree from San Diego State University and her master's degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. At Seattle University, she serves as the Associate Director for the Center for Student Involvement - working directly with leadership programming and student government. In addition to her role, Marissa has the privilege of serving as the Resident Minister in Chardin Hall. Marissa is passionate about working with students, being a small part of their educational journey and she truly excited for the opportunity to build community with them.