North Central College - Naperville, IL

Stephanie Walsh '98

Stephanie Walsh is development manager for Banner Health in Phoenix, a nonprofit that provides health care services to 23 communities. She may be reached at sawalsh75@yahoo.com.

Mark Bailey M ’98

Mark Bailey M ’98 began a four-year term as a trustee on the Board of the Illinois Teachers’ Retirement System. Bailey is director of bands at Scott and River Woods elementary schools in Naperville and has had a long career as a professional musician, music teacher and band director at private and public schools throughout the Chicago area. He is president of the Naperville Unit Education Association and treasurer of Region 39 of the Illinois Education Association.

Glen Krisch '97

Glen Krisch is set to publish a trilogy called “The Brother’s Keeper” with book one, “Arkadium Rising,” to be published December 2014. The book is about a malicious cult that seeks to bring down modern civilization and turn back time. Though written word is banned, a pair of brothers seeks to record the history that unfolds in the book’s post-apocalyptic world. Krisch’s other work has appeared in publications on three different continents over the last decade.

Eric Haren M ’02

Eric Haren M ’02 is the new principal at Manor Hill School in Lombard, IL. He started his educational career in 1997 in Oswego and went to Lombard six years later as a sixth-grade teacher before becoming assistant principal at Glenn Westlake Middle School.

Steve Heye '96

Steve Heye is manager of technology at The Cara Program in Chicago. He is responsible for managing the strategy and ongoing operations related to technology for the program. His previous role was at the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago where he was responsible for managing all aspects of the YMCA’s online presence, including websites, intranet and social networking. Previously, he was with the Technology Resource Group at YMCA of the USA for some 10 years where he provided resources, conferences and training to allow YMCAs nationwide to better leverage business systems and technology.

Keith Carlson '95

Keith Carlson is a journalism teacher at Naperville Central High School. The Journalism Education Association (JEA) awarded him its Rising Star Award, given annually to five high school journalism advisers from around the United States. The award came only a few months after the publication he advises, Central Times, won a record 11th Pacemaker Award. This was the third Pacemaker Award won by his students since he took over as adviser. He may be contacted at kcarlson@naperville203.org or via Facebook. His wife, Robyn Bendeich ’95 Carlson, is senior accountant for Edward Hospital.

Patrick Oehlschlager '93

Patrick Oehlschlager is general manager/chief executive officer of Ozark Electric Cooperative in Ozark, MO. Ozark Electric is a rural electric provider to more than 30,000 customers in nine counties throughout southwestern Missouri. Oehlschlager’s 19-year career at Ozark began in dispatch in 1994.

Shawn Campbell '93

Shawn Campbell is founder and manager of CHIRP Radio in Chicago. CHIRP is a volunteer-driven, online community radio station that focuses on music, arts and culture. Campbell may be reached at shawnc718@yahoo.com.

Tony Thompson '90

Tony Thompson is interim head coach of the women’s basketball program at Fisk University in Nashville, TN.

Sarah Shillington '87

Sarah Shillington is executive vice president of solutions at Leidos Health in Chicago, a new company that aims to solve some of the world’s most daunting challenges in national security, health and engineering. Shillington leads the commercial health management consulting division on the executive board. She lives with her two daughters and partner in Oak Park, IL. She may be reached at sshilli@yahoo.com.

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