Counseling Department

Located on the Second Floor of Forte Hall

All phone numbers listed are direct lines

Fax number for the department is 202-336-7132

Counseling Assistant

Ms. Ann Hoffman             

Ann Hoffman joined Gonzaga as a Counseling assistant for the academic year 2010-2011 and is now in her 6th year as a full time member of the Counseling Department.  Mrs. Hoffman is a native of Maryland and a graduate of the University of Maryland. Mrs. Hoffman enjoyed her five years volunteering at Gonzaga as a member of the Mothers Club and in the Counseling Department. She is the mother of two children, Lauren and Scott. Lauren, (Holy Cross 2005) is a recent graduate of James Madison University and is currently working in Washington, D.C.  Scott (Gonzaga 2009) is currently at the University of Maryland. Mrs. Hoffman is looking forward to working with the students during the college application process and assisting them as they navigate through this exciting time in their lives.

Class of 2020 - Freshman Class Counselor  

Mr. Bill Wilson                                         202-336-7139

Mr. Wilson graduated with a B.A. in Modern European History from Catholic University in 1969. He taught at Sacred Heart High School in Yonkers, N.Y. for one year and came to Gonzaga in the fall of 1970. He earned a M.Ed. in Counseling from George Washington University in 1974. During his time at Gonzaga , Mr. Wilson has worked as a college counselor as well as a personal counselor for our students. He has served as Department Chair of the Counseling Department, is currently a member of the Admissions Committee and is the Coordinator of Gonzaga’s AP program. Mr. Wilson has also coached basketball here at every level for forty years.


Class of 2019 - Sophomore Class Counselor

Mr. Jim Morgan                                    202-336-7137


Mr. Morgan came to Gonzaga in the fall of 1999 after three exhilarating years in Chicago working with the then new Cristo Rey Jesuit High School.  Hailing originally from North Carolina, he’s relished teaching and counseling as his ministry. At Pfeiffer College (1986) he studied Comparative Literature and Music, and then completed his M.Ed. in Education at UNC-Charlotte, working on how best to support gifted/talented students with disabilities. Since then he has taught and been a counselor at the secondary and college level (UNC, LeMoyne, UNM), as well as serving as a school psychologist and educational consultant. Mr. Morgan has presented at regional and national conferences including Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted, the Council for Exceptional Children, and Harvard’s Urban Education Institute.  He is also certified by the National Institute for Trauma and Loss as a trauma counselor and consultant. At Gonzaga Mr. Morgan has served as Director of Counseling, moderated an array of clubs, and currently serves on both Admissions & Ignatian Formation committees. He enjoys participating in his Class’s service projects, summer immersions and retreats, and can often be found on the sidelines at games taking pictures. In addition to his love of photography, Mr. Morgan has sung with regional opera companies, ensembles & orchestras in the Americas and Europe; and shared his love of God while accompanying people on Ignatian retreats and directing the Spiritual Exercises.

Class of 2018 - Junior Class Counselor / Director of Counseling

Ms. Maureen C. McLaughlin         202-336-7138

Ms. McLaughlin, or "Ms. Mo", in her 6th year at Gonzaga, is originally from the Northern Virginia area and graduated from Georgetown Visitation, while her three brothers all attended  Gonzaga.  Ms. McLaughlin also graduated from Boston College with a B.A. in Human Development.  After graduating, she moved west, to sunny Sacramento, California, to spend a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps working at St. HOPE Academy, an afterschool program for inner city kids.  After her JVC year, she stayed in Sacramento to work at Jesuit High School, in the Campus Ministry, Christian Service, and Counseling Departments.  During her 9 years at Jesuit High, Ms. Mo led many Kairos retreats and Christian Service Immersions.  She was also was a member of Jesuit’s Counseling Department for 2 years, and earned her M.A. in Counseling Psychology / Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Francisco. Ms. Mo runs a meditation group which meets every Thursday morning in the McKenna Parlor and finds it very enriching to her and her students. Ms. Mo is thrilled to be a member of the Gonzaga community and finds a deep sense of joy working with each student of the class of 2018 during his time at Gonzaga.


Class of 2017 - Senior Class Counselor

Ms. Jessica Pane                           202-336-7149

Ms. Pane is enjoying an exciting adventure with the Class of 2017! Her work in education began with high school students in Mesa, AZ as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. She continued serving students with emotional and behavioral concerns in various public and alternative settings in Massachusetts and Virginia before combining her interests in counseling, spirituality, and social justice through work in campus ministry at Boston College, Providence College, and Loyola University Maryland. Ms. Pane studied psychology at Lynchburg College and earned masters degrees in social work and pastoral ministry from Boston College. She is a native of Northern Virginia, a licensed social worker, and a proud aunt of six angels.