Program Assistant for Communications, OLLI at ISU, and ISU Retirees
Angie joined the ISU Alumni Association staff in March 2016 from North Iowa Area Community College in Mason City. Angie, who has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Northern Iowa and a master’s degree from the University of Iowa, has extensive experience in library science and educational administration at a variety of higher education institutions. In her current position, she heads up the Association’s memorabilia and historical item collection; assists the OLLI at ISU program in the cultivation, management, and implementation of classes; and oversees the ISU Retirees’ Association’s Memorial Day program and other events.
Hometown: Nora Springs, Iowa
Favorite ISU tradition: Central Campus, a classic and well-kempt hub of activity.
Favorite food: Gyros
What I like about my job: Supporting lifelong learning. This is a fascinating world we live in, and we are never too young or too old to learn about it.
In my spare time, I like to: go fishing for trout in the DNR-stocked streams in northeast Iowa
Something unique that most people don't know about me: I love classic films from the 1930s, 40s and 50s. I enjoy everything from the Marx Brothers to Alfred Hitchcock and everything in between. Don’t ask me to name my favorite film; I could never choose just one.
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