Received Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics Education from Teikyo-Westmar University in 1965.
Received Masters Degree in Secondary School Administration from University of Northern Colorado in 1978.
Completed course work in an additional 60 hours of graduate work in Mathematics and Cultural Studies beyond the Masters Degree.
Taught Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Commercial classes as an Expatriate Contract Teacher at Harford School for Girls in Moyamba, Sierra Leone from 1965 through 1968.
Taught Applied Mathematics, Algebra I and II, and Geometry, in grades seven through nine for 32 years in Arvada, Colorado, U.S.A. In addition taught Social Studies classes and coached girls sports teams.
Was recognized by her peers as one of the Teachers of the Year (1985) in the State of Colorado and retired as a Master Teacher in the year 2000.
Currently is tutoring students in Math, serving as a Western State University (Colorado) Mentor for new teachers, training substitute teachers for the Jefferson County School District in Colorado, and serving (with her husband) as the Rocky Mountain Coordinator for Operation Classroom (a United Methodist Church program for assisting education in Sierra Leone and Liberia) and serves on the Board of Directors of CITA International (an organization formed to develop and maintain health and education facilities in Sierra Leone).
Received Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater in 1965.
Received Masters of Science Degree in Teaching from the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater in 1975.
Completed course work in an additional 51 credits of graduate work in Mathematics, Computer Education and Computer Science.
Taught Mathematics and History classes as a Peace Corps Volunteer at Harford School for Girls and the Moyamba Boys School in Moyamba, Sierra Leone from 1965 through 1967.
Taught Mathematics and Algebra I, in grades eight and nine for 15 years at Marshall Junior High School and Algebra I, Algebra II and Computer Science for 22 years at Parker High School in Janesville, Wisconsin, U.S.A. In addition coached boys football and basketball sports teams.
Currently is retired from teaching but still coaches sophomore football at Parker High School and compiles track and field statistics for a website that promotes girls track and field in the state of Wisconsin.
Carol lives in Hawaii and has worked as a programer for IBM . Carol initiated the computer education part of the Operation Classroom 2007 trip. Received Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics and Psychology from Teikyo-Westmar University in 1963.
Taught Mathematics at South Division High School in Milwaukee Wisconsin from 1963 through 1966; and in Des Moines in 1967.
Worked at Pioneer Hybrid Corn Company in Des Moines Iowa and Pioneer System, Inc from 1967 1971 as a computer programmer, system analysts, and technical marketing. Carol was prompted to Vice President of Pioneer Systems in 1970.
Completed additional graduate work in Accounting at Drake University, Des Moines Iowa.
Received Masters Degree in Accounting from the University of Iowa in 1973.
Was an active member in the IBM User’s group COMMON in the planning & coordinating of meetings and assistant to the President of the user’s organization.
Joined IBM in 1973 in Moline, Ill as a Systems Engineer; a technical marketing and support position. Developed an application for IBM customer John Deere Tractor Dealers. The project was reviewed by the Industry’s professional development team in Palo Alto, Calif.
Moved to Los Angeles and became the team leader of the LA Metro Branch midrange customer marketing and support team.
Became the Project Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers system installation and application implementation.
Moved to Honolulu, Hawaii in 1984 and continued to work for IBM until 1996.
Currently the Manager of Information Systems Department at Unicold Corp. in Honolulu Hawaii.
Project implementation includes a three site VPN network with firewalls, 40 PCs and two IBM systems. All system applications are written and managed from the IS Dept in Honolulu. All PCs are ordered, configured and managed from the IS Dept. All ISPs (Internet Service Providers) and communications providers are selected and managed by the IS Dept. The Company Web site is maintained and enhanced by the IS Dept.
Current Organization actively supported:
- Central Union Church of Honolulu, Hawaii
- Teacher, committee chairperson, choir member
- CITA International
- Financial and organization awareness supporter
- Operation Classroom
- Financial and onsite supporter
Matt is a seminary student from Denver, Colorado. He has a degree in mathematics and helped teach special topics at the 2007 mathematics workshop in mathematics.