Our Clergy

Fr. Jordan Bradshaw, O.P - Director

Fr. Jordan Bradshaw, OP, grew up in Southern Arizona, the eldest and favorite of three children, born to Charles and Elvia Bradshaw. His sisters, Rachelle and Melissa, have not forgiven their parents because of this.

His favorite animal is the Wildcat, and he entered the University of Arizona for the sole reason that it was their mascot. He also likes other animals: dogs, ravens, and eagles. He has a hard time believing God created spiders. ... continue reading

You can reach Fr. Jordan through email at FrJordan@uwnewman.org

Fr. Lukasz Misko, O.P. - Associate Director

Fr. Lukasz Misko (pronounced "Loo-kash"), a native of Poland, joined the staff in the Summer of 2012. Formerly the director of the Columbia University Newman Center, Fr. Lukasz is excited to once again be serving in campus ministry. ... continue reading

You can reach Fr. Lukasz through email at FrLukasz@uwnewman.org

Permanent Staff

Judy Allvin - Administrator

The Allvin family has ministered in various capacities where ever they settled. Whether in Hawaii or Arizona or Seattle, they always kept close to the Church. Serving at the Newman Center is just another manifestation of a common family trait. With a background in art and design, Judy brings a wealth of talent and an always fresh look to the ministry. Although much of her work involves phones and scheduling, you will also find Judy creating displays, decorating worship space, helping with retreats, entertaining guests and a world of other efforts that affect the entire community. ... continue reading

You can reach Judy through email at Judy@uwnewman.org for general information, calendaring, scheduling Mass intentions, and most anything!

Dayn Warren, '04 - Development Director

Dayn was born at Overlake hospital in Bellevue and was raised in Kirkland, North Bend, Bellevue (Crossroads) and Snohomish. He grew up in a family of Husky Fans and alumni, but never thought he would go to college, opting instead to do youth ministry and international missions. After 6 years post high school of doing just that in the US, Canada, Mexico, Nepal, Thailand and the Phillippines, an unforeseen event in Sept. 2001 sent him from living in Hawaii back to Seattle with an opportunity to pursue higher education. ... continue reading

You can reach Dayn through email at Dayn@uwnewman.org for help fulfilling your philanthropic dreams!

Hien Dao - Assistant Development Director

If you ever hear booming laughter in the Newman Center offices from nine to five, that's probably Hien (pronounced Ian with an 'H' sound in the front). Despite being 5’2, this little Husky is very well known for single handedly filling rooms to the brim with laughter.... continue reading

You can reach Hien through email at Hien@uwnewman.org for help advertising your Newman event on Facebook and the website, updating gift schedules, and a corny joke or two.

Bayli Hochstein, '13 - Campus Minister

Though born in Texas, Bayli Hochstein grew up in the small town of Deming, Washington (just East of Bellingham) with her parents and two siblings. As a middle child, Bayli often found herself wanting to stand out; her brother was a hard act to follow! She became very active in extracurriculars throughout junior and senior high school - participating in fastpitch, basketball, choirs, musicals, Honor Society, FFA, and even attending Philips Exeter Academy during the summer.

However, it wasn’t until she became fully active in her youth group at St. Joseph in Ferndale that she felt at peace. ...continue reading

You can reach Bayli through email at Bayli@uwnewman.org to get involved in the ministry! Sign up for a retreat, join a small group, and consider serving on the Student Ministry Team.

Shannon Crowley - Administrative Assistant

More info on Shannon coming soon...... continue reading

You can reach Shannon through email at Shannon@uwnewman.org for calendaring and help updating your gift schedule.

Peer Ministers 2014-2015

  • Kenny Nguyen
  • Monica Kim
  • Han Hoang
  • Mariam Mathew
  • Andra Amador
  • Daniel Corona