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Amy HillAmy Hill

Director of Campus Activities and Student Orientation
(719) 389-6326

 As Director of Campus Activities & Student Orientation, Amy is responsible for welcoming new students and easing their transition to campus as well as overseeing many aspects of co-/extra-curricular student life such as student events and organizations. A product of the liberal arts, Amy values being a mindful, lifelong learner and strives to be a student-centered professional who values holistic development, recognizing the interconnectedness of students’ experiences and identities. She enjoys checking out live music, cooking for large groups, practicing Yoga, and going on adventures in the local area, with her dog Peter and husband Paul in tow, when not working. Originally from Texas, Amy attended college in Tennessee (at Sewanee) before heading to Ohio for graduate school (at Bowling Green State University) and most recently worked in Los Angeles, CA (at Occidental). Amy joined the Colorado College and OCA team in July 2018 and is excited about helping continue to build and contribute to a supportive and inclusive campus community. 




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Interim Worner Center Operations Manager
(719) 389-6606

Candy is from the Midwest, spending most of her life in Illinois and Green Bay, Wisconsin. She has worked at a Catholic Liberal Arts College in De Pere, Wisconsin for over 10 years before moving to Colorado.  She loves spending time with her family, including two wonderful sons and beautiful granddaughter.  Alongside her husband, Candy loves to hike with their dogs, go off-roading, and travel.





Josh IsringhausenJosh

Community Standards & Conduct Manager; Title IX Deputy
(719) 389-6810

Originally from Illinois, Josh began working for Colorado College in 2019. Josh received both his Bachelors and Masters degrees from Illinois State University in 2013 and 2015 respectively, and worked for Texas A&M University and Loyola University New Orleans prior to coming to CC. He has training as a conflict mediator, restorative justice facilitator, and regularly attends trainings on Title IX and anti-discrimination practices. In his free time Josh is an avid board gamer and collector and can regularly be found hiking with his wife and two dogs.




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Administrative Assistant
(719) 389-6800

Kimberley Reese aka Kimber provides administrative support for the Offices of Campus Activities as a communications conduit, cultivating positive relationships for students, parents, and visitors.

Kimber has been with Colorado College since October 2014. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX.

Kimber is an active member of local gospel choirs: the Colorado Springs Chapter Choir of the Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA), the Women in Red, and The Colorado Springs Community Choir. She sits on the Colorado Springs area MLK Planning Committee and has worked with Pikes Peak Diversity Council (PPDC) and the African American Youth Leadership Conference (AAYLC) on local community programs. Mother of four young men and grandmother to two granddaughters and a grand puppy, Kimber prefers to stay active and outside as much as possible. But curling up with a good book every once in a while helps restore the balance.






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Campus Activities Specialist
(719) 389-6085

Allis is passionate about student leadership development, equity, and social justice. Growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, Allis fell in love with the outdoors and moved to Colorado for the mountains. On the weekend she can be found rock climbing, hiking, or kayaking. She earned her Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Theology at Rockhurst University and Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Affairs Leadership at University of Northern Colorado. After working as an academic advisor at Colorado State University and housing / residential life at multiple other institutions, Allis is excited to join the CC team.




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Speech and Debate Coach
(719) 389-6509


Sarah, M.A. since 2015, came to Colorado College in 2010. Prior to her appointment as Director of Competitive Communications in 2020, she served as head speech and debate coach for more than 7 years. In addition to overseeing Competitive Communications: Speech and Debate, Mock Trial, and Model UN teams, she is the communications consultant to faculty, creates communications-based assessment training, and leads communication strategy sessions in the classroom. Additional roles involve providing interview support at the Career Center, performance coaching, designing and teaching workshops, expanding co-curricular programming, and of course, coaching students in competitive forensics. She has also been instrumental in expanding student life programming highlighting constructive debates, open forums, and spoken word performance in public spaces.

Sarah is serving on the executive council of two national Speech and Debate organizations: International Forensics Association and American Forensics Association and enjoys tournament travel with Speech and Debate and MUN teams.

Sarah enjoys the diverse group of students at CC and finds their enthusiasm and engaging personalities incredibly fulfilling. When she is not coaching or traveling to tournaments, you can find her rooting around in her garden in the sunshine, running, or spending time with her two sons.





Regina Walterregina

Mock Trial Coach
(719) 389-6505





Garrett Macdonald

Head Mock Trial Coach



Arts & Crafts


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Interim Director of Arts & Crafts
Small Metals & Jewelry Instructor/Coordinator
(she/her/hers) 389-6769

Brenda has enjoyed snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking and camping since moving to Colorado after graduating from Kansas State with a BFA in Graphic Design in 1994. Brenda has created and taught art since then, taking inspiration from Colorado's beauty, children's art, her retro business, recycling, health and well-being, and her students. Brenda has been inclusively teaching sustainable Small Metals & Jewelry at Colorado College since 2000, loving teaching the joys of the creative process, integrating hands, brain, emotions, heart, and place. She loves the excitement and realization when students persist through the process from thought to design to completion finding it magical, tangible, gratifying, and freeing.

During COVID, she has enjoyed hiking with her daughter and dog, gardening, making art, and working on her Master of Science degree in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine.



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