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In honor of June Pride Month and the Carroll Player’s 125th Anniversary (June 1896-2021), this special edition of CU in the Workplace features television and media producer John Catania, Class of 1982.
This month's CU in the Workplace @Home series features alumna Linda Morgan-Clement '80, Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life and Chaplain at Lawrence University.
This CU in the Workplace @Home Series video features Head Women’s Softball Coach for Carroll University, Amy Gradecki M.Ed. '23.
This month's CU in the Workplace @Home Series features Megan Dietz ’01, ReStore Manager for the Door County Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Sturgeon Bay, WI.
Growing up with a passion for the books and reading, Khorye Huffman '16 now blends her career working at both the Carroll University Library as well as the Waukesha Public Library.
Gert Ullsperger came to Carroll in 1964 and has spent 57 years working with faculty, staff, and students as an employee of the university's food service. She has become a beloved member of our community and loves her role as Carroll's "grandma." She shares the story of her time at Carroll in this special edition of CU in the Workplace as her university family prepares to celebrate her 95th birthday.
Growing up with a passion for fashion, Bobby Schuessler ’10 never imagined there was a career for him in the fashion and design industry. Now as the Senior Fashion Editor for Who What Wear, an international online fashion company, Bobby creates content, championing the idea that style is inclusive and attainable by all.
To celebrate our Carroll University Month of Service, this month’s CU in the Workplace (@ Home Series) interview features Diane De La Santos ’81, Executive Director of City on a Hill, a faith-based, non-profit in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Check out this month’s CU in the Workplace feature to hear from Sahera Dirajlal-Fargo ’99 about her passion for global health, desire to mentor the next generation of female physicians, and how she balances research halfway around the world in Africa.
After retiring from his 28-year career as a firefighter in South Dakota, Dan Long ’79, along with his wife Agnes, relocated to Florida and purchased a 47’ catamaran sailboat to open their own charter sailing company, Smoke & Roses.
We are excited to share a recap montage of the last 11 alumni interviews of CU in the Workplace in this Year Two recap,
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After a youth choir performance in Shattuck as an eighth grader, Sarah Jensen ’14, M.Ed. ’18, knew she was destined to attend Carroll University to pursue her life-long plan of becoming an educator. Sarah earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Carroll.
With a multi-generation family legacy paving her path to study at Carroll, Ann Laatsch ’88, is able to use her background in advocacy and law to inform her current work as the Justice System Coordinator for the National Clearinghouse for Abuse in Later Life (NCALL), a project of End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin.
Since opening his own gym, RS Fitness, in 2018, Robert Schmitz ’10 has drawn on his career in personal training and experience as a college athlete to help people achieve their fitness goals. With clients at home and a new business to manage during quarantine, Robert shares how he’s approaching virtual training and staying connected with his clients online.
Our March 2020 "CU in the Workplace" video features alumnus Ryan Albrechtson '16, who started Outskirts Theatre Co. out of his Carroll dorm room during his senior year.