MARINETTE—Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Marinette welcomes three new full-time instructors to its campus this fall.
Karl Huebner holds a doctorate degree of Chiropractic Medicine from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Ill., and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. At NWTC Marinette, Huebner will be instructing the microbiology and anatomy and physiology programs.
“I am grateful for the warm welcome of the Marinette community and excited to become a part of the amazing culture that NWTC has fostered to help change the lives of students,” Huebner said.
Outside of teaching, he enjoys running, biking, gardening and most of all, spending time with his family.
As the new Business Management Program Instructor, Adam Menor brings over 15 years of industry experience as a mechanical engineer, test engineer manager, director of engineering, and product director. Menor is an MBA graduate of UW-Oshkosh and also holds a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering technology from Northern Michigan University.
As a life-long resident of the Marinette and Menominee area, he is “excited to get to know my students and work with them to achieve their career goals and prepare them to enter higher-wage jobs. It will be a gratifying experience to help grow those individuals who would positively impact our community and local economy.”
Mary Cattani will start her role as the Medical Assistant Program Instructor. Cattani has worked as a medical technologist in hospital laboratories for 31 years, and 29 of those years at Bay Area Medical Center in Marinette.
“While in high school, I debated becoming a teacher or a medical technologist,” Cattani says, “so I am thrilled to now use my knowledge of the medical laboratory to help others find fulfilling, high-demand careers through the Medical Assistant Program at NWTC Marinette!”
Cattani considers herself a life-long learner and says, “While I look forward to helping students achieve their career goals, I am also excited for the opportunity to learn from them as well.”
Registration for classes starting in late October is open now. To learn more about programs offered at NWTC Marinette campus, visit nwtc.edu/marinette or call 715-735-9361.