North Central College - Naperville, IL

Jeff Crosby M ’09

Jeff Crosby M ’09 spoke at North Central’s Koten Chapel for the Writing-Editing-Publishing series. He is associate publisher and vice president of marketing at Intervarsity Press.

Michael Swengel '08

Michael Swengel was appointed director of vocal music and show choir for Mt. Zion High School in Mt. Zion, IL. He will lead Swingsations, Les Femmes, Sound System and Vocal Trax show choirs. Swengel is a Harvard, IL, native and previously worked in Milton, WI, where he spent three years teaching vocal music and show choir to grades 7 through 12. In 2007, he completed his student teaching experience at Bednarcik Junior High in Oswego, IL and Waubonsie Valley High School in Aurora, IL. He brings to Mt.

Jeremy Ceja '08

Jeremy Ceja is a psychology teacher at Eisenhower High School in Blue Island, IL.

Rena Schergen '07

Rena Schergen is an archivist at the Archdiocese of St. Louis. She earned her master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

David Danielson '07

David Danielson was appointed principal at Madison Elementary School in Lombard, IL. He started his career at the same school as a fourth-grade teacher before being named principal of Hammerschmidt Elementary School in Lombard in 2007.

Kai Ruggeri '06

Kai Ruggeri is leading the Global Health Access Policy project, which was developed in response to reports on the rising cost of health care globally by the 2010 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Observer. Kristen Soforic ’14 was a 2013 summer intern for the project and assisted with research leadership, helping coordinate more than 50 people who collaborated on global health research. She was also involved in the development of the 2014 phase of the project and the 2013 activities, which included a mix of research, lectures and a conference.

Scott Drucker '06

Scott Drucker visited North Central College for a screening of his documentary “Between the Harvest,” which was also nominated in the Naperville Film Festival. The documentary is about the controversy surrounding the Costa Rican government’s decision to legalize the harvest of endangered sea turtle eggs.

Danielle Bank '06

Danielle Bank was awarded the Illinois Small College Placement Association’s (ISCPA) Professional Development Scholarship. The scholarship is to be used for conferences geared toward the career development profession and the betterment of the ISCPA organization. Bank will share information about her conference experiences as part of a professional development presentation at a future ISCPA meeting. She is a career counselor at North Central.

Katrina Sturtevant '05

Katrina Sturtevant is supervisor of the bank response center at State Farm Bank. Her responsibilities include managing a team of individuals that oversees customer interaction with State Farm Bank and helping employees reach their career goals. Sturtevant has a master of science in health education from Northern Illinois University. She may be reached at katrina.sturtevant.uvy8@statefarm.com.

Michael Kelsey '05

Michael Kelsey is a certified public accountant for Scanlan & Leo, Ltd. in Oak Brook, IL, a full-service accounting firm.

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