bonfiniCindy Bonfini-Hotlosz : Web Design (M.A. Communications, West Virginia University, B.S. Computer Science, Ohio University) is the Chief Information Officer and Director of Production for JesuitNET, a consortium of the Jesuit Colleges and Universities in the United States. Cindy’s passion for production began in high school, writing and producing annual Christmas plays for the local elementary schools. She produced one of the first International Teleconferences Bridging the Gap: Education and Industry as part of a High Technology grant in 1989. In the late 1990s, she worked with NASA to produce several online courses and communication campaigns for their commercialization project, including a three-part teleconferencing series, Technology Transfer in Action. In her time with the Jesuit colleges, she has helped launch new online programs that span several disciplines. Her passion for story-telling has evolved as technology has evolved — keeping her on the “bleeding” edge. Bonfini taught Web design in Cagli in 2006, as well as this last summer in Cagli and Armagh. You can find more information about Cindy at
jcaputoDr. John S. Caputo: Intercultural Communication (Professor and Walter Ong, S.J. Scholar, Master’s Program in Communication and Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University) earned his Ph.D. from the Claremont Graduate School and University Center. He has been teaching communication courses for more than 30 years. His areas of expertise include media and social values, communication theory, intercultural and interpersonal communication. He is the author of four books: Dimensions of Communication; Interpersonal Communication; Communicating Effectively: Linking Thought and Expression; and McDonaldization Revisited: Critical Essays on Consumer Culture. Dr. Caputo has been honored as a Visiting Scholar In-Residence at the University of Kent at Canterbury, England and the Masters Program in Media and Communication at the Universita de Firenze, Italy. He is veteran faculty member from past Cagli programs.
gcaputoGiovanni Caputo : Journaling / Italian Language and translator received his M.A. and B.A. degreed in communication and fine arts from Gonzaga University and did additional graduate studies in education at The Evergreen State College. Aside from teaching in Italy, Giovanni has spent time teaching at various levels in the French public school system. Back in the U.S., he works as a French translator and graphic designer. Giovanni’s academic interests include journalism, short story writing and storytelling. In addition to teaching a course on journaling in last year’s Cagli program, he was also the editor of the Armagh Examiner and Around Armagh, online news and information blogs created for the program InArmagh 2007.
dcaputoDarcy Caputo : Lab Manager/Technology earned his degree in communication, cultural studies, and fine art photography at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. Since graduation, Darcy has worked for a variety of photography/design companies while at the same time contributing music journalism to The Pacific Northwest Inlander, an alt-weekly in Spokane, Washington. Most recently he has had photographic work published by Stones Throw Records and XLR8R magazine. He worked as a lab assistant for the Cagli and Armagh programs for the summer of ’07, and again in Cagli 2008.
crandallDr. Heather Crandall: Storytelling (Chair, Masters Program in Communication and Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University) earned an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Washington State University. Her areas of concentration are American Studies, Communication, and Rhetoric. She is specifically interested in the ways mass media representations and other forms of public discourse influence our contemporary changing world. Heather teaches courses in theorizing communication, visual rhetoric, small group communication, and interpersonal communication.
mialettiDavid Maialetti : Photography (C.C. of Philadelphia) is a staff photographer with the Philadelphia Daily News. Before joining the Daily News in 1997, he worked at the Press Enterprise newspaper in Bloomsburg, Pa. Maialetti is the director of Philadelphia Conference, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of photojournalism. He is a former president of the Pennsylvania Press Photographers Association. Currently teaches the Introduction to Photojournalism course at Community College of Philadelphia. He is a 1989 graduate of Temple University’s School of Communications. Dave instructed photography for the 2006 Camerano Project as well as the 2007 & 2008 Cagli Project hosted by ieiMedia.
krisKristina Morehouse: Storytelling graduated with honors with an MS in Journalism from the University of Kansas, one of the top journalism schools in the country. Her previous degrees include a BS in biology from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Missouri – Kansas City – also with honors. Kristina worked 13 years as a reporter and editor at The Spokesman-Review where she earned several writing awards. Kristina teaches journalism, mass media history, and speech at Gonzaga University in the Communication Arts department. This year she received a Faculty of the Year Service Learning Award for her Community Journalism class. She also teaches master’s level writing for the MA in Communication and Leadership Studies program at Gonzaga University.
brunoFather Bruno Segatta : Chaplin/Student Life/Italian Translator/Chief Cook & Artist  has practiced the study and mastery of art since earning his degree from Northridge University in 1982. In the autumn of that year, Father Bruno began his tenure at Gonzaga University in Florence, Italy as Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs. Here he instructed painting, drawing, design and the licate techniques of fresco. Inspired by his surroundings, he specializes in portraying the Florence and Tuscany landscpaes utilizing an abstract style with emphasis on color and line. The revenue generated by his work is used for student life in Florence and also donated to the Niambani House for Kids orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya; a place of comfort for children stricken with AIDS.