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Nick Kirrane, Admissions Counselor
  • Territory: Denver Metro Area, Arrupe High School
More about me:

  • Hometown: Aurora, CO
  • College Major: History
  • "Everything Matters" means?
    • Take your education to the next level and make a deeper impact by challenging yourself academically, socially, and spiritually.



  • Favorite Colorado spot?
    • Down the first base line at Coors Field on a Friday night, with the Rockies playing below me and the Colorado mountain sunset in front of me.




  • What do you like most about Regis University?
    • The mentality of never looking down on any man, unless you are helping him up.
Kristen Brodie, Assistant Director
  • @RegisU_KristenB
  • Territory: Jefferson County
More about me:

  • Hometown: Des Moines, IA
  • College Major: Communication Studies
  • "Everything Matters" means?
    • Education is more than a classroom experience. You learn to look for experiences that really matter in the residence halls, clubs, organizations, you seek more from everything.




  • Favorite spot to be on Campus?
    • The quad. Seeing students toss around the Frisbee or talking with friends on the quad. Remember over 300 days of sunshine a year in Denver. Great opportunities to enjoy the outdoors!





  • Fun fact about me?
    • I have a Weimaraner dog named Heidi.
Cari Russie, Assistant Director
  • Territory: Arapahoe County, Regis Jesuit High School
More about me:

  • Hometown: Cedar Rapids, IA
  • College Major: Apparel Merchandising, Design
  • "Everything Matters" means?
    • Be curious and take advantage of the opportunities that are provided to you to learn more and be better at having an impact on everything that matters to you.




  • Favorite Colorado spot?
    • Any of Colorado’s 7,000+ open spaces. An open space is a hiking/nature area that is free and open to the public year-round…or atop a 14,000 foot mountain.




  • Fun fact about me?
    • When I’m not at work or in the mountains, I’m traveling! I’ve been to Italy, Mexico, Amsterdam, Spain, Dominican Republic and I’m currently planning a trip to Belize!
Cari Russie, Assistant Director
  • Territory: Southeastern, CO
More about me:

  • Hometown: Cedar Rapids, IA
  • College Major: Apparel Merchandising, Design
  • "Everything Matters" means?
    • Be curious and take advantage of the opportunities that are provided to you to learn more and be better at having an impact on everything that matters to you.




  • Favorite Colorado spot?
    • Any of Colorado’s 7,000+ open spaces. An open space is a hiking/nature area that is free and open to the public year-round…or atop a 14,000 foot mountain.




  • Fun fact about me?
    • When I’m not at work or in the mountains, I’m traveling! I’ve been to Italy, Mexico, Amsterdam, Spain, Dominican Republic and I’m currently planning a trip to Belize!
Kristen Cabanting, Admissions Counselor
  • @RegisU_KristenC
  • Territory: Northeastern, CO
More about me:

  • Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
  • College Major: Communication
  • "Everything Matters" means?
    • Finding an education that will open your eyes to the importance of even the smallest of acts, challenge you to grow and go outside of your comfort zone and help you find your deep rooted passions and how they align with your true calling to give to others.







  • Favorite Colorado spot?
    • I love exploring the Highlands neighborhood close to campus because it’s filled with local shops and restaurants.



  • What's a fun fact about me?
    • I was born in Germany!
Anthony Jimenez, Admissions Counselor
  • @RegisU_Anthony
  • Territory: Western, CO
More about me:

  • Hometown: Porterville, CA / Colorado Springs, CO
  • College Major: English Literature
  • "Everything Matters" means?
    • Dig deeper, question harder and discover what truly matters to you and to your community.


  • Favorite Colorado spot?
    • Any river!

  • Jesuit Education means?
    • Contemplatives in action. I enjoy philosophical discussions but, I understand, or I hope to understand, that action is needed in order to witness philosophy in motion.