Dr. Jeremy Bond
Dr. Jeremy Bond is a passionate career educator, technologist, and CMU alumnus, having earned a Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Educational Technology degrees. He joined the University's professional staff in May of 1999, to aid in the support of CMU's first online doctoral program, the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.). After a three-year interim appointment as the University’s first Director of E-Learning, Jeremy became the first Director of Instructional Development in May of 2019. His work in the Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support involves leadership for the design and implementation of faculty development, and oversight of a brilliant team of technical, media, instructional design, and administrative support professionals.
Jennifer Evanuik is currently the Executive Director of the Office of Global Engagement at CMU. In this role, she develops and executes the university's comprehensive internationalization plan, advocates for international education across campus and to external partners, and oversees the office responsible for study abroad and international student and scholar services. Previously, Jennifer held multiple roles at the Georgia Institute of Technology, including Director of the Global Internship Program and the International Plan, interim manager of International Student and Scholars Services, and study abroad advisor. Other professional experience includes global education in K-12, curriculum integration, risk management, industry collaboration, and global STEM education. She is an active member of NAFSA, including positions with the WIVRA subcommittee and TrainerCorps. She is an experienced facilitator of intercultural communication training workshops and has taught courses on intercultural communication and doing business in other cultures.
Wendy Groll is the Vice President of Operations and Director of Training for Handley & Associates, which delivers Dale Carnegie Training for 36 counties in Michigan. She designs, implements, and facilitates programs which produce bottom-line results for clients. Wendy is also a Master Trainer with Dale Carnegie Training (Corporate), a role in which she travels all over the world training people to be Dale Carnegie Trainers.
Nicole Hacker is a Ph.D. student in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration at Central Michigan University (CMU). She is also a research graduate assistant in the Department of Educational Leadership at CMU. Prior to joining the Ph.D. program at CMU, she was an Assistant Professor and Externship Coordinator in the School of Audiology at Pacific University in Oregon. Dr. Hacker previously worked at CMU as the Director of Clinical Instruction & Services for Audiology and has also worked clinically, including owning her own practice and starting an audiology service line in the hospital setting. She earned her Doctor of Audiology (AuD) from CMU and her BS in Hearing and Speech Sciences from Ohio University. Her research interests include emotional intelligence in higher education, peer mentorship, and global citizenship, specifically related to developing intercultural competence, conceptualizing equity pedagogy, and promoting social justice.
Dr. Sarah Marshall
Sarah Marshall is a Professor of Educational Leadership with an emphasis in higher education administration at CMU. She also directs the Graduate Certificate in College Teaching program. Prior to joining the professoriate in 2001, she was a university administrator primarily in the area of student services/student affairs administration. She earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration and MEd in College Student Personnel from Loyola University Chicago and her BA in Spanish and Economics at Albion College. Her research interests include teaching techniques to enhance student learning, work/life management, university leadership, and the profession of student affairs. For the past four years, Dr. Marshall has facilitated multiple keynote presentations and faculty development workshops pertaining to enhancing student engagement in order to increase student learning and today’s college student. She presents using research, applied practice, and engagement techniques in her seminars.
Dr. Sherene McHenry
The People IQ Expert™, Dr. Sherene McHenry, is a former student affairs professional turned graduate professor, turned full-time speaker and author. Armed with a Bachelors in Business, Masters of Education in Student Affairs and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education, Sherene works with organizations and associations who desire to elevate their productivity, People IQ, and purpose. Sherene has spoken extensively throughout North America, as well as in South American and Asia. She’s the author of Navigate: Understanding The Five Types of People, Pick: Choose to Create A Life You Love, and The Busy Student’s Guide To College and Career Success.
Video Producer, Curator of Cultural Experiences, Teller of stories - Princess Sims is a project coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion at Quicken Loans where she owns visual storytelling and cultural events. Graduating in 2016 with a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University, Princess has a passion for video and photojournalism inside and outside of her full-time role. In addition, to driving team member engagement through storytelling, Princess has also worked on short films, documentaries, and weddings. Everything Princess creates is new, innovative and never been done before at Quicken Loans. Her work at Quicken Loans is just one piece of her goal to give everyone a platform to tell their story.