Alumna elected to Stephens board

Friday, December 10, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CST; updated 11:55 a.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008

Alumna Cheryl Dunlop Steinkamp was elected as the newest member of the Stephens College Board of Trustees during an Oct. 23 meeting, the college announced in a news release.

Steinkamp has served in various positions, including interim vice president, at William Jewell College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in theater and speech education.

Steinkamp serves on the board of directors for the Junior Women’s Philharmonic Association and volunteers as president for the Assistance League of Kansas City and the National Alumni Association at William Jewell.

Stephens also announced that assistant fashion professor Julie Bennett, assistant music professor Pamela Ellsworth-Smith, dance instructor Mary Rotella and assistant professor in legal studies Alexandria Zylstra have been named to the 2004 edition of “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.”

Stephens recently hired Central Missouri State alumna Suzanne Sharp as the executive director of the Division of Graduate and Continuing Studies. Sharp’s duties will include marketing, developing, recruiting and evaluating for the division.

The release also announced that Kim Boothe Ritten, Charles Hatcher, Kasey Higgins, Kathy Little, Cheryl Reams, Shannon Watkins and Christopher Samson were recent additions to the college’s Office of Development and Alumnae Relations.

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