"Learning is lifelong! One of the first things that we discuss in class is how exciting the semester will be as each student brings a variety of unique and diverse experiences to the classroom. It is my hope that we learn as much from one another as we do from the lectures and from the books and materials brought to class."
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
M.S., University of Minnesota
Kathy has been an instructor at WITC-Rice Lake since 1999. She works in the General Education Department where she teaches: Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems and Diversity Studies.
Kathy worked in the public sector for over 22 years serving in Child Protection, Foster Care and Adoptions. She continues to practice Social Work at the Lakeview Medical Center, Home Care and Hospice when she is not teaching as a Bereavement Coordinator.
She enjoys traveling, attending musical concerts with her husband and time at home with her five lb. Shorkie.