Globe University-Madison West welcomes the following new faculty members to our campus. They are ready to teach, inspire and bring a fresh take on important topics to class in the upcoming Spring quarter, which starts April 1.
Jennifer Brown: Jennifer is a familiar face indeed. She currently serves as our campus evening administrative assistant. Her previous work experience includes working for Americorps VISTA as a residential services coordinator and agency services profiting specialist. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a Bachelor of Arts in history and international studies with an emphasis in public administration and policy analysis. Jennifer will be teaching Keyboarding I and when asked what she’s looking forward to, she shared, “I’m looking forward to getting to know students on a different level in the classroom beside of seeing them on campus, and I look forward to showing them how to improve their keyboarding skills.”
Natalie Busse: This is Natalie’s first quarter teaching Career Capstone and she couldn’t be more excited. “What I am most looking forward to is getting to know the students on a personal basis and helping them along to achieve their professional goals,” she said. Natalie currently serves as our career services coordinator and has a lot of experience with job recruitment. Her previous work includes working for Covance as a recruitment and talent services representative. While attending University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where she earned her bachelor’s in business administration with emphasis in human resource management, she also served as a peer mentor for students, making her a solid Career Capstone instructor.
Ryan Czyzewski: Ryan is one of two Globe University alumni who are coming back to teach. Ryan graduated at Globe University-Madison West with his MBA and he earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration at Marian University. He also has a minor in information technology. Ryan will be teaching Introduction to Computer Literacy. He has 10 years of experience at Thompson Investment Management, where he is an information systems manager. He shares, “I have experience in everything from printer jams to budgeting and strategic planning and I look forward to helping students learn all about computer technology.”
Gail Oestreicher: Gail will be teaching Imaging in our veterinary technology program. She has two associate degrees–one in veterinary technology and the other in human services. She currently is a lead veterinary technologist at Wyllow Pet Hospital. When asked what she looks forward to the most about teaching, Gail responded, “I look forward to getting to know my veterinary technology students and helping them learn.”
Tammi Walsh: Tammi is our second Globe University alumni instructor. She graduated with her Associate in Applied Science in veterinary technology at our sister campus in St. Cloud, Minn. Her experience includes working as a veterinary technologist at Granite City Pet Hospital & Surgical Center. She currently works at the Spartan Animal Hospital in McFarland, Wis. Tammi describes herself as a “vet tech nerd” because she loves to read articles on veterinary technology. Tammi is looking forward to meeting her students and teaching the Production Animals class.