Oct 312022

Matt Riehle ’97 will become the next CEO of Westminster Village. Matt has nine years of experience at Westminster Village. Matt will start duties as the new CEO mid-February 2023, following the retirement of Barb Nathan ’80. You can read more here.

Sep 012022

In the past two years we’ve witnessed the Titan community come together in new ways to share stories, expertise, and friendship. However, we have long awaited the chance to welcome you back to campus for a true Illinois Wesleyan Homecoming! We look forward to sharing a meal, a drink, and a story with all of you in person, September 23-25, 2022.

Click here for a full schedule of events and to register.

Jul 262022

Sarah Perry ’97 was recently featured in the Piatt County Journal Republican. She describes her role as Piatt County state’s attorney and the preparation she gained as a political science major at Illinois Wesleyan. The link to the article can be found here.

Mar 252022

Professor of Piano at West Liberty University Gerald Lee ’97 will serve as a judge at the 69th annual Young Musicians Audition for 2022, in Wheeling, West Virginia.

Nov 302021
Corey and Friend

Corey Schieler ‘97, a director of venture capital investments at State Farm, was named the Make-A-Wish Illinois Volunteer of the Year for 2021. He previously received Make-A-Wish Illinois’ Exceptional Creativity Award, for “bringing exceptional creativity to boost wish children’s spirits,” in April 2021.

Corey has been a wish granter since 2011 and has helped grant over 30 wishes for kids fighting critical illness.

He has received many accolades for his work, including a story on WGLT, and State Farm, Corey’s employer, created a video about his work with Make-A-Wish: Not 3 Wishes, 30 and Counting!

Check out Facebook for updates on Corey’s next wish-granting story, helping Luke, a 17-year-old Connecticut teen with rare and terminal thyroid cancer. Corey promises some of his few “magic sprinkles!” Find him on Facebook.

Want to help Corey make wishes come true? Visit wish.org/Illinois/donate

Way to go, Corey!