Meet Our Staff
Director of the Center for Learning Excellence
Jenny has six years experience managing a learning center and building successful programs to increase student success. She has a Master's degree in Sociology, a Bachelor's degree in History Education, and has Developmental Education Specialist Certification from Kellogg Institute. She also has Learning Center Leadership Certification from the National College Learning Center Association. She is the Director of the Center for Learning Excellence and teaches the MACM 101 College Success Classes as well as serving as a resource for the developmental courses. She has 18 years of experience in Higher Education with 6 years in Learning Center Management.
Office: Jenkins Education Complex, 206
Assistant Director of the Center for Learning Excellence
Dan has four years of experience working full-time in a Learning Center. While he can tutor almost any subject, he also advocates for students, assisting them with any problem interfering with their success. Dan has both a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Biology, is a Certified Developmental Education Specialist, and has nine years of teaching experience. Dan teaches Developmental Reading and the MACM 201 Study Skills course. He has 12 years of experience in Higher Education with 4 years as a Professional Tutor and Student Advocate.
Office: Jenkins Education Complex, 208A
Center for Learning Excellence Coordinator
Office: Jenkins Education Complex, 208
Football Corners Coach, MacASSIST Coordinator
Caleb Young enters the 2014-15 season coaching cornerbacks in his third season with the Highlanders. Young will also return as MacASSIST coordinator and academic liaison between faculty and athletics.
Young is a 2012 graduate of Briar Cliff University, where he majored in Sports Science. While attending Briar Cliff, Young was a member of the football and track teams for four years. For the football team, he served as a free safety and corner for the Chargers. During his junior and senior seasons, he led his team in interceptions.
The St. Louis, MO native attended Hazelwood Central High School. Young also plays professional football indoors with the Bloomington Edge of Bloomington, IL.
Office: Jenkins Education Complex, 106
Last updated: May 1, 2013