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Bio coming soon.
Fr. Ginter was born just around the corner from MC at Marin General Hospital and grew up in San Rafael and Novato. He went to public schools and graduated from Novato High School. He always roots for Marin Catholic though. He attended Sonoma State University, St. Patrick’s Seminary, Notre Dame de Namur University, and University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN) with degrees in American Multicultural Studies, Theology/Divinity, and Education. He was ordained priest in 2016 for the Archdiocese of San Francisco and was assigned to St. Hilary in Tiburon. In 2019 he was reassigned to Marin Catholic where he has been serving in his dream assignment. He always wanted to be a teacher and now gets to serve in education as a priest. He enjoys being so close to his family.  His favorite part about serving at Marin Catholic is helping students and their families learn about Christ and caring for them through the Sacraments.
Francisco grew up in Vallejo, CA. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Music from Dominican University in 2006. In 2008, he received his Master of Music in Music Education degree from Holy Names University. He has worked in Music Ministry for over 20 years, serving as Music Director at St. Raphael’s Church and St. Dominic’s, Benicia. Francisco has served in Campus Ministry both at Dominican and Holy Names Universities and is looking forward to getting to know the MC students and staff through retreats. He is the conductor of the Dominican Chorale based out of Dominican University. He lives in Novato with his wife and two daughters.
Lianni Castro Teets grew up in Vallejo, Ca. A long-time educator and minister, she has worked as a Campus Minister at Villanova University and Dominican University. She earned a BA in Music from Dominican University and a MA in Theology from Villanova University. She sits on the Alumni Board for Dominican University as well as on the Board for the Dominican Youth Movement USA, an organization that focuses on creating opportunities for young people around the nation to become lifelong Preachers and live out the Dominican Charisms of Study, Service, Prayer and Community. Lianni enjoys sharing her gift of music, traveling with friends and family and spending time with her family especially her husband and her step-daughter (MC Class of 2026). Working with the Campus Ministry team and all her colleagues at Marin Catholic to create opportunities for students to know God and to connect with one another is a gift to be a part of. 
Sally Jaeger grew up in the greater Sacramento area and has worked and lived in Marin since 2007.  She attended the University of California at Davis, earning a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Medical Microbiology.  She also holds a Master’s of Science degree in Education specializing in Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from Dominican University of California.  Sally’s teaching and ministry experience started at Saint Rita School in Fairfax, continued at San Domenico School in San Anselmo, and she came to Marin Catholic most recently from Saint Isabella School in San Rafael.  Sally is enthusiastic about ministering to students of all ages, and leading students to Christ by working together with the Campus Ministry Team as the hands of feet of Jesus.  In her free time Sally enjoys traveling and visiting family with her husband Mark (Marin Catholic’s ceramics teacher, “Mister J”) and their two children, and also remaining active in fitness with The Dailey Method Barre Studio, Marin Dance Theatre, and OrangeTheory Fitness.
Bio coming soon.