Colin Stewart is Director of Student Activities and Leadership Programs at Illinois Wesleyan University. He began working for Illinois Wesleyan University in the summer of 2011 and couldn’t be more excited about working with IWU students, staff, and faculty. Colin has a passion for programming, leadership, and creating welcoming and inclusive events that are student centered. When possible, Colin loves to include his passion for improv comedy in trainings and development. He supervises all operations of the Office of Student Activities and Leadership programs including overseeing the Hansen Student Center, Programming and Events, advising Student Senate, and the Titan Leadership Program.
M.Ed. in Student Development Administration from Seattle University
B.S. in Business from Central Washington University
Sarah Finley Ashenbremer is the Office Coordinator providing direct administrative support to both, Colin Stewart, Director of Student Activities and Leadership Programs (SALP) and Blake Bradley, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL). Sarah became a permanent member of the staff in February 2012, having filled the position on a temporary basis for the previous 3 months. Though her primary work experience is in the legal field, overall she has several years of experience working as a support staff member in other various settings as well. She is excited about being part of student involvement at IWU and looks forward to getting to know all of the students who visit the new Involvement Center at Memorial and the FSL office at Hansen Student Center.
Sarah enjoys cooking and baking for family and friends. She and her husband are in a bowling league together seven months a year. They have a young daughter and two cats and a dog.
EducationSouthern Illinois University-Carbondale (2004) B.A. in Administration of Justice B.S. in Paralegal Studies for Legal Assistants with a minor in Political Science
I am currently in my third year as a programmer. I became a programmer because I love to plan events and I enjoy working with others and meeting new people. Being a programmer allows me to do all of these things. Some of my favorite events include comedians, the Colorful Run, Walk, & Roll, and Undercover. I am part of a team of programmers that plans and carries out events for all students to enjoy. I am looking forward to all of the events we have lined up for the rest of the semester as well as planning next semester's events.
Phone: (309) 556-3850
Office of Student Activities
Memorial Center, Rm 167
104 University Ave.
Bloomington, IL 61701