As an undergrad, Linda Marshall ’85 was primarily focused on business. Now, after decades of success, she’s still relying on a foundation built at Elmhurst.
A composer at Chicago’s Comma Music, Andrew Ecklund ’13 hits all the right notes for advertisers like McDonald’s and Kellogg’s.
Teacher Virginia Kelly ’12 draws on her own experiences at Elmhurst's Niebuhr Center to inspire and motivate her fifth-grade students.
Jessica Mueller grew up dealing with the addictions of her parents. Now she helps teens at Chicago’s Mercy Home navigate their own crises.
A summer internship helped Stephanie Kyriakopoulos '12 turn a talent for listening into a career.
Seven alumni talk about how the College encouraged their personal and spiritual development and how their values continue to inform their daily lives.
Louise Ulveland ’12 has visited 28 countries in 24 years. Now she's about to embark on another adventure—interning for UNESCO in South Sudan.