Lorenzo ’26


Lorenzo ‘26 is an English and education double major and a posse scholar. He runs track at the college and is a member of BSA. He loves going to hang out with his friends in the Alley and playing basketball with his teammates after practice in the Scot Center. His favorite part of going to Wooster has to be his posse. His posse is his lifeline, and he couldn’t imagine being here without them.

Claire, ’27


Claire, ’27, is an English and Global Media and Digital Studies double major at Wooster. She is a Class of 2027 representative on Scot Council, hosts a radio show on WOO 91, and enjoys contributing to the Wooster Voice! She loves having the ability to engage and work towards change on Wooster’s campus, the accessibility of professors and administrators, and the diversity of Wooster!

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Jack ‘26


Jack ‘26 is a student from Shaker Heights in Cleveland. He’s a Global Media and Digital Studies (GMDS) major, focused on Global Studies. He’s the Music Director for Wooster Activities Crew, Men’s Bible study leader on behalf of Wooster Christian Fellowship, and two year member of Don’t Throw Shoes, one of Wooster’s improv groups on campus. His favorite part of Wooster is the number of creative outlets available to students and the GMDS program.

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Eric Hamlin

Degrees A.A., Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH, 2016 B.F.A., Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 2018 Eric assumes the role of Studio Art Technician for […]

Brandi James

Degrees B.Sc., Wilmington College of Ohio, 2018 Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 2023

Alexa Konstantinos

Alexa Konstantinos

Alexa Konstantinos, a marketing and communications executive with more than 20 years of experience of advancing innovation and mission, is the vice president of […]

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Sarah Lindeman

Sarah Lindeman joined The College of Wooster Office of Human Resources in 2023 as the Human Resources Generalist. Sarah is a 2019 graduate of […]

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Sandy Womack, Jr

Sandy D. Womack Jr. is a veteran educator in public schools. He is currently serving as the Area Superintendent for Region III in Columbus, Ohio. The region contains 19 schools and over8500 students. Womack previously served as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District, Director of Principal Leadership and Development, and The Leader of the Equity Task Force Committee during his tenure in Cleveland.

Womack’s expert opinion on education and culturally related issues has been published in several national publications, including Education Week, Principal Leadership, and the online periodical Education Dive. He can be heard on worldwide podcasts addressing race, education, and equality issues. His most recent interview, Chaos, or Community on the podcast Light Um Up, made Apple’s Top 100 list with over 500 downloads in one hour in over 40countries. Womack is a real example of the quote “it is not how you start but how you finish those counts.” The product of a single-parent home and an incarcerated parent, Womack worked hard to change his circumstances through his love of wrestling and a no-quit attitude.

Womack is a 2x NCAA All-American Wrestler and former president of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Iota Phi Chapter at Mt. Union College, where he and his fraternity brothers held the highest GPA of all fraternities on campus. Social Activism has been the foundation of Womack’s career. He and his fraternity brothers were the Grow Your Own Program’s catalysts and the recognition of Martin L. King Jr. Day at Mt. Union utilizing campus sit-ins, economic boycotts, and campus marches. These experiences lead to his belief in the power of education and the need for African American students to have a positive sense of self. Womack’s foundation is built on the theory that quality education is a great equalizer and provides students with choices, chances, and options.

Womack’s mission is to eradicate the academic achievement gaps perpetuated by the current educational system and provide economic empowerment for urban students. As an expert on successful school, transformational change, and turn around, Womack’s services are in high demand as a motivational speaker, and stellar presenter on equity, cultural diversity, and systemic transformational changes. Attending majority Black, high-poverty schools in the city while learning to navigate predominately White Institutions of higher education provided Sandy with a unique set of skills. He uses these skills to support students of all races, and socioeconomic statuses and staff members to improve the choices, chances, adoptions of the community. Sandy is the proud husband of Monica Womack, and father of three daughters Alexis, Imani, and Nia Womack.

Megan Conklin

Degrees B.A. in History, The College of Wooster

Christopher Feltner

Degrees CIS – Networking, The University of Akron

Laura Purdy

Degrees B.A., The University of Akron Master of Performing Arts: Arts Management, American University

Ian Kinnaman

Bassist, educator, and composer Ian Kinnaman teaches double bass and electric bass at the College of Wooster. Originally from Maryland where he performed with […]

Peyton ’26


Peyton ’26 is a psychology major at Wooster! She enjoys spending her time on campus playing violin with the Wooster Symphony Orchestra (WSO) and attending club meetings, like the Sexual Respect Coalition (SRC). She is grateful for the new people she meets every day, and the friendships she has built on campus that she hopes will last a lifetime.

James Burnell

Samantha Hatt

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Amy Szydlowski

Hometown I’ve moved 10 times but call Wooster home now. Why Wooster I love Wooster for its sense of community and belonging. I instantly […]

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Rachel Chisnell

Hometown Wooster, Ohio Why Wooster The diversity and inclusion on campus was a very big draw for me. Advice for Applicants Don’t be afraid […]

Yaneth Sosa Sanchez

Yaneth Sosa Sanchez is a native of Puebla, Mexico. She is the director of the Casa Hispánica, organizes student-centered activities, helps with teaching in […]

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Tate McCoy ’93

Tate McCoy ’93 is the CEO of the Mountain West Series of Lockton Companies, a global professional services firm that specializes in risk management, employee benefits, and retirement services. As CEO, he leads a team of more than 500 associates and is an expert on real estate, private equity, construction, and manufacturing. Before being promoted to the position in 2018, McCoy served as the executive vice president. He was named to Denver Business Journal’s 40 under 40 in 2009. He previously served the College as a Wooster presidential fellow. As a student, he was an English major, a member of Phi Omega Sigma, and a lacrosse player. McCoy and his wife Eileen, a fellow Wooster alum, have four sons and currently live in Denver, Colorado. He is active in the community, including serving on the board of directors for Colorado Open Lands, which protects land and water.

Margaux Day ’06

Margaux Day ’06

Margaux Day ’06, an alumni trustee at Wooster, is the policy director of Accountability Counsel, a non-profit organization that amplifies the voices of communities around the world to protect their human rights and environment. She leads the organization’s advocacy seeking to hold international financial institutions accountable for the negative environmental and human rights impacts of their investments. Before joining Accountability Counsel, Day was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Solomon Oliver Jr. ’69 of the Northern District of Ohio. She conducted anti-corruption and environmental investigations as an associate at the law firm Jones Day and continued to focus on corporate accountability as the deputy chief compliance officer of Diebold Nixdorf. Day then joined the Public International Law & Policy Group, where she advised parties engaged in peace negotiations and clients pursuing transitional justice. Day earned her degree at Wooster in international relations and completed her J.D. at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.