Center for Transformative Learning

Office Location:

3rd Floor, Stephenson Hall

Phone:

859-985-3404 Peer Cons.

859-985-3670 Faculty Dev.

859-985-3656 Internships

859-985-3656 Career Dev.

Hours:

M.–W.:9:00 am–8:00 pm

Th.:9:00 am–3:00 pm

5:00 pm–8:00 pm

F.:9:00 am–5:00 pm

Closed daily:12:00 pm–1:00 pm

Our Staff

James Atkinson

James Atkinson

Director of Career Development
Leslie Ortquist-Ahrens

Leslie Ortquist-Ahrens

Associate Professor of Comparative Literature;
Scholar of Teaching and Learning, Center for Transformative Learning; Director of Faculty Development, Center for Transformative Learning;
Director of the Center for Transformative Learning

Esther Livingston

Esther Livingston

Director of Internships
Brittany Mathis

Brittany Mathis

Interim Peer Consultation Coordinator

Student Staff

Kimmy Bihl

Kimmy Bihl

Career Development Specialist
Jacob Burdette

Jacob Burdette

Senior Consultant
Sherry Dietlin

Sherry Dietlin

Career Development Specialist
Janice D'Souza

Janice D'Souza

Career Development Specialist
Nicole Dugan

Nicole Dugan

Consultant
Lesa Gambill

Storey Free

Internships Specialist
Lesa Gambill

Lesa Gambill

Student Manager
Charla Hamilton

Charla Hamilton

Office Staff
Nora Harris

Nora Harris

Internships Specialist
Cheyanna Johnson

Cheyanna Johnson

Consultant
Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

Senior Consultant
Austin McGlothlin

Austin McGlothlin

Office Staff
Beza Moges

Beza Moges

Consultant
Katherine Spears

Katherine Spears

Senior Consultant
Katherine Spears

Sandra Tombe

Senior Consultant
Bressler Wade

Bressler Wade

Senior Consultant
Mary Whitaker

Mary Whitaker

Senior Consultant

 

Mission & Vision

Mission

The Center for Transformative Learning (CTL) inspires and empowers members of the Berea College community to grow personally, intellectually, and professionally, by connecting to one another and to resources that support deep and active learning for life.

Vision

The Center for Transformative Learning (CTL) will be the nexus for faculty, staff and students to explore innovative teaching and learning, link to high-impact educational practices, and embrace work and vocation.