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.

Aug 092022

Katie Kikos ’03 was named assistant principal at M.J. Cunningham Elementary School in Joliet, Illinois. You can read more here.

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Jun 292022

Andrew Schneider ’03 is the choreographer of »remains«, a show commissioned by Sasha Waltz & Guests, which premiered on March 12, 2020, at Radialsystem in Berlin. The show was only performed once before Berlin theatres were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the show was remounted in August 2021 and March 2022. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Andrew is an award-winning performer, writer and interactive-electronics artist creating original works for theater, dance, sound, video and installation.

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Jun 292022

Sara Ingram ’03, an experienced toxic tort and product liability lawyer, joined law firm Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, as a partner and member of its litigation group, in February 2022. Sara brings experience in the management of high-volume and complex litigation to her new role. Throughout her career, she has implemented unique strategies to reduce large inventories of cases, reduce settlement values and defense costs, and limited the frequency of naming in new suits for some clients. Sara has been named to Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s list of “Illinois Emerging Lawyers” since 2015.

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May 122022

Monica Medrano ’03 has recently been named Illinois Housing Development Authority Deputy Director of Strategic Planning and Reporting. Congratulations, Monica!

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Jan 062022

Michael Clark ’03 was appointed a member of the Illinois State Police Merit Board by Governor JB Pritzker. Clark has served as an Account Executive with the Travelers Insurance Company in Naperville for over fifteen years, managing a multi-million dollar portfolio within the agency. Clark is a devoted member of his community, serving as the President of the NAACP’s Joliet Branch, a role in which he has substantially increased membership and organizational programing within the community. He also serves as Chairman of the African American Business Association.

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Sep 172021

Kathryn (Rosensteele) Flores ’03 of Chicago died July 21, 2021. She was 40. Katie earned a bachelor’s degree at Illinois Wesleyan and a master’s degree from National Louis University. She dedicated her career to education. She first demonstrated her ability to touch the lives of students, faculty and administrators during eight years of teaching kindergarten in Chicago Public Schools. As part of her work experience, she traveled to Ghana for a cultural exchange program. Katie later moved on to the University of Chicago’s STEM education team, where she served as school support manager and curriculum developer. Most recently, she helped develop mathematics textbooks and provided long-term coaching support for elementary math teachers. Katie played an instrumental role in the team’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, and served on its “Fabulous Fun” Committee. She was active in many community organizations, including the McKinley Park (Ill.) advisory and development councils, and McKinley Community Play Garden. But the roles she cherished most were loving wife and adoring mother. She is survived by her husband James Flores ’02, two children, her parents and a brother. 

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Sep 172021

Jessica Shull ’03 has left her position in State Farm to work alongside her husband, Joshua Shull ’02, in their self-owned marketing agency JoshuaOneNine, as Director of Operations.

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