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Meet Our Team

Ann Hillman, MDiv



Growing up in Wisconsin, Ann received her BA in Religious Studies from St. Norbert College (De Pere, WI) before moving to Chicagoland, where she now calls home. Her professional ministry settings have included both congregational and higher education contexts, with a variety of experiences in youth and young adult ministry, retreats, contemplative spirituality, spiritual care for persons with HIV/AIDS, and social justice advocacy. Ann received her Master of Divinity from Loyola University Chicago and is passionate about the Ignatian values of “finding God is all things” and “care for the whole person.” She looks forward to bringing her gifts for spiritual accompaniment, pastoral care, and building communities of inclusion and belonging to HSC Ministry.

Ramona Bamgbose, MA



Raised in the city of Chicago, Ramona received her BA in Youth Ministry from North Park University. She worked as an Operations Manager with a respite bed program in New York City before returning to Chicago to pursue her Master of Counseling for Ministry with LUC. As a spiritual care professional, her professional background includes roles as a Youth & Program Director for children and adolescents in an ecclesial community, clinical training with four units of Clinical Pastoral Education in hospital settings specializing in ED, ICU and Behavioral Health chaplaincy. Ramona cares deeply about supporting the spiritual health of persons struggling with behavioral and physical health crises and trauma particularly in underserved communities, and is grounded firmly in a client-centered approach that deems all worthy of unconditional positive regard and living as integrated (whole) beings.

Justin Hoch, LSW



Originally from outside of Indianapolis, Justin received his BA in Theology from Loyola University Chicago. Before making his way back to Chicago, Justin worked in Campus Ministry at St. Joseph’s University and completed a year of service at Cristo Rey Boston High School, where he supported a World Religions class. Inspired by his experience in ministry, education, and mental health, he went on to earn his M.A. in Theology and Ministry and Master of Social Work from Boston College. Justin has experience in case management, LGBTQ+ ministry, retreats, and immersions. Grounded in social work and theology, Justin is passionate about offering trauma-informed pastoral care through community building, spiritual direction, and justice work.

Ana Koulouris

Department Coordinator


Born and raised in Chicago’s southwest suburbs, Ana received her BA in Writing and Publishing from Benedictine University. She will receive her MEd in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago in the spring of 2025. She worked at Loyola University Health System for several years in a variety of patient-facing roles before transitioning to Loyola University Chicago in 2018. A member of the Loyola Stands Against Gun Violence executive committee, Ana has experience with LGBTQIA+ advocacy, social justice advocacy, and volunteering with the Crisis Text Line. She is passionate about accompanying the students of the Health Sciences Campus during their time here and believes cura personalis (“care for the whole person”) is an inextricable part of that process.  

Fr. David DeMarco, S.J., MD



Fr. Dave is a Jesuit spiritual director and a practicing physician. He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and a faculty attending in the Access to Care Clinic. He practiced medicine and served in pastoral ministry on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Before that he worked at a faith-based clinic in Detroit and also served as the Assistant Director of Novices for the Chicago, Detroit, and Wisconsin Provinces of the Society of Jesus. Fr. Dave grew up in Northeast Ohio, and is an alumnus of Wittenberg University and Northeast Ohio Medical University. He completed his internal medicine residency at the Cleveland Clinic then worked at Dayton’s Kettering Medical Center, where he served an Associate Director/Internal Medicine Residency. After entering the Society of Jesus, he practiced at Chicago's American Indian Health Center and at Cincinnati’s Crossroad Health Center. Fr. Dave holds degrees in healthcare ethics, divinity, and spiritual direction.