Endia McWhorter-Robbins received her B.A. in sociology with a minor in K-8 education from Marquette University-Milwaukee, and a master’s in school counseling from Concordia University-Mequon. She is working on her Ed.D in education policy with a concentration in diversity and equity from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana.
Endia was an elementary classroom teacher for seven years and a middle school counselor for six years. During her time as a middle school counselor, she worked with several student groups, African American Female Initiative (AAFI), Queenz, and Student Voices.
Endia has dedicated her entire educational career to creating and executing strategies to address and eliminate student inequities. Her goal is to empower underrepresented students and create a diverse and inclusive learning environment. As a young girl, Endia always had a passion for fighting injustices in the school systems, the flame has never died, only grown stronger with time.
Endia is excited to begin her new journey at Carthage College and is looking forward to imparting her knowledge and passion to the students at Carthage.
- B.A. — Sociology, Marquette University-Milwaukee
- Master’s — School counseling, Concordia University-Mequon