Steve Cravens, Interim Director
Bachelor of Science in History at St. Ambrose University and Master of Science in Education and Interdisciplinary Studies at Western Illinois University.
I was born in Heidelberg, Germany while my dad was stationed there in the Army. I grew up in Moline, IL and have most recently lived in San Diego, California for the past four years. I am the first person to graduate from college in my family. I found that I had a passion for education while at my first job after college working as a building supervisor assisting high-risk students. I am a Tai Chi Chuan instructor certified through the William C.C. Chen School of New York. I enjoy the opportunity to work with students to meet their academic and professional goals.
Jonas Morgan, TRIO Success Coach
Bachelor of Arts - Management, Marketing from Saint Ambrose University
Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from Saint Ambrose University
I was born in Sterling, IL and have lived in the Quad Cities since I was three. I’m a first generation college student and am familiar with the unfamiliar feeling of college, which is why I enjoy working in TRIO so much. I also have experience teaching business courses through Scott Community College. I believe it’s an honor to be available to support and encourage our students, and it is a huge reward to see them reach their goals.
I love the outdoors, watching sports, listening to music, reading, and my english bulldog, Bubba. I’m currently enrolled at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for a Master of Arts degree in Theological Studies, and I also lead a men’s Bible study at the Rock Island County Jail. I believe time is best spent with others-to care for and grow with.
Brandy Poston, TRIO Success Coach
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- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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