The Ignatian Colleagues Program is an 18-month formation program for administrators and faculty in Jesuit higher education.  Participants join a national cohort of 40-50 people and participate in a variety of face-to-face meetings, online education, a weeklong retreat, and an international immersion trip.  As part of their capstone experience, they complete a mission project that is related to their work.  Click here to learn more about the program


The following people have completed or are currently participating in the program and serve as resources to our community to advance John Carroll’s mission within and beyond their divisions.  Click on their name to learn more about their experience and specialized mission interests.

Sherri Crahen, Ph.D., Dean of Students

Richard J. Day, AVP for Development

Tina Facca-Miess, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Sr. Katherine Feely, SND, Director, Center for Service and Social Action

Peggy Finucane, Ph.D.,  Associate Professor

Laura Massa, Senior Director of Athletics

Malia McAndrew, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Mark McCarthy, Ph.D., Vice President Student Affairs

Maryclaire Moroney, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Student Service and Academic Advising/Asst. Provost Academic Advising

Ed Peck, Ph.D., Vice President for University Mission and Identity

Nick Santilli, Ph.D., Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness

Karen Schuele,  Professor

Mark Storz, Ph. D., Associate Professor

Steve Vitatoe, Assistant Vice President Undergrad Admission

Mark Waner, Ph.D., Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows