Elise Schultz earned a bachelor's degree in Spanish with an emphasis in secondary education from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton and a master’s degree in teaching English to speakers of other languages from the University of Toledo in Ohio. Schultz began as a full-time academic advisor at KCC in May 2008.
Previously, Elise taught English composition courses at KCC part-time for three years. Before moving to Illinois, Schultz taught English to international students at universities in Ohio and South Carolina, taught Spanish at the college and high school levels, and worked in a university office that coordinated international student services and promoted campus globalization.
Schultz lives in Bourbonnais, with her husband, Warren. In her free time, she enjoys ballroom dancing, swimming, language learning, and travel—especially to warm seaside locations.
A favorite saying: “Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself.” --Chinese Proverb
Aindrea Hogan earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Eastern Illinois University and will complete a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Olivet Nazarene University in February 2017.
Previously, she worked for the KCC Foundation as coordinator of scholarships and alumni relations. She assisted donors in creating scholarships, promoted scholarship opportunities to students, assisted with fundraising events and connecting with KCC alumni.
She enjoys music, traveling, visiting with friends and meeting new people.