Meet Our Staff

Mission Statement

The primary focus of Campus Ministry at Regis College is to foster and develop the spiritual life of students, faculty, and staff. While preserving the rich Catholic heritage of the College, Campus Ministry seeks to provide opportunities for persons of all faiths to grow spiritually.

Sister Elizabeth Conway, Director of Spiritual Life
Office Location: Campus Ministry, College Hall 101


Sister Elizabeth ConwaySister Elizabeth Conway, CSJ comes to us with extensive experience as a social worker (M.S.W), having served as program director for New Beginnings, a residential program in Framingham for homeless adults with HIV/AIDS, along with Campus Ministry experience at Fontbonne Academy and broad ministerial experience. Moreover, she is a graduate of Regis College and the recipient of an Excellence Award from the College in 2005. Sister works half-time in Campus Ministry and half-time as a social worker for our students.

Rev. LeSette Wright, Coordinator of Multicultural and Community Engagement Initiatives/Protestant Chaplain
Office Location: Campus Ministry, College Hall 101


Rev. LeSette WrightRev. LeSette Wright joined us in 2012 as the coordinator of multicultural and community engagement initiatives/Protestant chaplain. She brings with her a wealth of experience as a public health advisor and mental health clinician, having served as the associate director for violence prevention programs at the Harvard School of Public Health. She is an ordained minister with the American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts and senior chaplain with the International Fellowship of Chaplains; specializing in cultural competency, spiritual direction and engagement with communities impacted by traumatic grief and loss. Rev. LeSette holds a BA in psychology (LaSalle University), EdM in counseling psychology and guidance (Temple University), MA in bilingual/bicultural studies in Spanish (LaSalle University), and MDiv in urban ministry (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary).

Father Paul Kilroy, Catholic Chaplain/Campus Minister
Office Location: Campus Ministry, College Hall 101


Office Hours: Sundays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays

Father Paul KilroyFather Paul Kilroy joined the Office of Campus Ministry in 2007 as chaplain/campus minister. His previous experience in campus ministry was as chaplain at Northeastern University 1993-2001 as well as Salem State University in 1983. Father Paul currently resides at St. Anthony's Church in Allston. Father Paul received a BA from St. John Seminary as well as a master of divinity.

Stephen Moran, Graduate Intern for Spirituality & Campus Engagement
Office Location: Campus Ministry. College Hall 101

Steve MoranSteve Moran graduated from Saint Anselm College in 2012. At Saint Anselm, he was an English Major with a minor in Education. Steve was a member of a variety of clubs including campus activities, intramural volleyball and he also ran cross country for two years. Steve traveled abroad and worked in Switzerland as well.

Marlene Mendez, AmeriCorps MACC VISTA, Community Service and Civic Engagement Coordinator
Office Location: Campus Ministry, College Hall 101

Marlene MendezMarlene Mendez is a Regis College graduate from the class of 2012. She is going into her second year of service as the AmeriCorps MACC VISTA and is a member of the Campus Ministry team. Marlene dedicates a large amount of time with working at the Bethany Hill School and creating long lasting community service partnerships with Regis College. Marlene is currently working on her Master’s degree at Regis.

The Office of Campus Ministry

College Hall Room 101

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