Stephanie is coming to Carthage with over a decade of higher education experience that encompasses accessibility services, career services, and student success.
The combination of her master’s degree in educational psychology and combined leadership/advisory experience lends well to the educational setting, eliciting creative contributions which will assist in cultivating awareness of our Aspire Program. This combination also aids in her ability to effectively develop and coordinate a usable, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable learning environment for students and staff. The corpus of her experience has allowed insight into developing and improving services while maintaining an inclusive environment and making data-informed decisions.
Stephanie has a passion for servant leadership while collaborating with a wide array of individuals, developing a network and vision to better assist the student population at Carthage College. She is currently working on her doctorate in leadership to help build a stronger understanding of change management and servant leadership.
- University of Wisconsin-Parkside — Bachelors of Science, Psychology and Theater Arts
- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee — Masters of Science Educational Psychology-Community Counseling
Main responsibilities at Carthage
As the Director of The Aspire Program, Stephanie provides strategic direction and leadership for implementing, promoting, enhancing, and assessing the My Aspire Plan, Carthage’s four-year career development plan. Stephanie will oversee all the career specialists and the purposeful life and leadership coordinator.