Concordia University Wisconsin recently named new regional center directors at its adult learning centers located throughout Wisconsin.
Donna Harold will oversee operations at the Beloit and Madison Centers; Sarah Schneider – Appleton and Green Bay; Jeff Jarmes – Kenosha and Milwaukee Midtown; and Danya Sasada – Waukesha and Miller Park Way. Rochelle Regenauer will continue as the Coordinator of Center Operations and new Mequon Center Director.
“Our students in our nine adult center markets are incredibly important to us. I am extremely pleased to have such a talented team that will continue to help our students grow and learn, and live an uncommon life,” said Sarah Pecor, Assistant Vice President of Extended Campus Operations. Prior to her new role that began last month, Pecor was Executive Director of Continuing and Distance Education for six years. She started at Concordia in 1990.
Harold was hired in 2007 to serve as Beloit Center Director, located at 2040 Sutler Avenue and only a short drive from the thriving communities of Janesville and Rockford. The Madison Center is located at 2909 Landmark Place, Suite 101.
Schneider was hired in April as Appleton Center Director and is eager to serve a larger geographic region within the New North region. The Appleton Center is located at 4351 West College Avenue, while the Green Bay Center is located at 1150 Springhurst Drive.
Jarmes began last December at Kenosha, 10222 74th Street, Suite, 110. Milwaukee Midtown’s long-standing location is at 4151 North 56th Street.
Sasada has been at Miller Park Way, 1670 Miller Park Way in West Milwaukee, since 2014. The Waukesha Center is located at N14 W23777 Stone Ridge Drive, Suite 290.
All regional directors assumed their new roles on October 1.
Founded in 1881, Concordia University Wisconsin’s main campus is located on 200 acres of Lake Michigan shoreline at 12800 North Lake Shore Drive, in Mequon. The university and its nine centers and classroom locations are home to 7,376 undergraduate and graduate, traditional, as well as non-traditional students. The university offers 77 undergraduate majors, 14 master’s degree programs, and four doctoral degrees.
Concordia University Wisconsin has been offering adult education classes to working adults for over 30 years. For more information, visit centers.cuw.edu.
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