North Central College - Naperville, IL

Danielle Clark Glut '11

Danielle Clark Glut is a resident camp assistant for Pine Lake and Lake Lucerne United Methodist camps. She also designed and completed a mural while on a service trip to Surfside Beach, TX. She may be reached at danielleglut@gmail.com.

Kelly Ator '11

Kelly Ator is an events coordinator at Clemson University Campus Recreation, where she schedules and organizes all facility reservations and events to enhance the recreational experience of all Clemson students, faculty/staff and community members. Before earning this position, Ator earned a master’s degree in recreation administration from Illinois State University. She may be reached at lator@clemson.edu.

Abigail Stark '10

Abigail Stark is a loan administrator at Chase Mortgage. She is also pursuing a master of leadership studies degree at North Central. Stark lives in Bolingbrook, IL, and may be reached at  abbystark@hotmail.com

Kevin Quirke '10

Kevin Quirke worked as a research assistant in a research laboratory at Loyola University Medical Center. He is now a medical student at Loyola.

Nick Pingel '10

Nick Pingel is teaching physics and chemistry at Addison Trail High School. He is also coaching golf, wrestling and baseball.

Scott Oltman '10

Scott Oltman is pursuing a master’s degree in epidemiology at the University of Iowa.

Weston Henry '10

Weston Henry is a junior high/high school chorus teacher at the Paxton-Buckley Loda School District in Paxton, IL. He resides in Paxton and may be contacted at whenry@pbl.k12.il.us.

Ryan Freed '10

Ryan Freed is vice president at Suburban Real Estate. He works for Bryan Barus ’90, CEO of Suburban Real Estate and a member of North Central’s Board of Trustee Associates. Freed and his wife Molly Link ’10 Freed reside in Batavia, IL.

Jonathon Eby '10

Jonathon Eby is a research technician in the laboratory of Caroline LePoole at Loyola University Medical Center, studying immune recognition of cancer cells and autoimmunity.

Kristen Dunlap-Berg '10

Kristen Dunlap-Berg completed the Belle H. Bennett House program at Scarritt-Bennett Center in Nashville, TN. The 10-month service program focused on the empowerment of young women. The four young women in the program lived in intentional community while practicing spiritual formation and vocation discernment and engaging in social justice efforts. Each woman also interned at a local nonprofit. Dunlap-Berg spent her time at Book’em, a Nashville childhood literacy organization, where she learned about a small nonprofit business.

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