Douglas grew up in Appleton, Wis., and lived there until he graduated high school. From there he thought that he wanted to study marine life, so he moved to Maine for college and majored in Aquaculture and Aquarium Science.
While in college, he interned at the New England Aquarium. It was there that he decided working with marine life wasn’t what he wanted to do for a career, so he moved to Minneapolis and worked as an ombudsman at the University of Minnesota.
While there, he received his master’s degree in Educational Policy and Administration and moved to Iowa to work in housing at Clarke University.
- B.S. — Aquaculture and Aquarium Science, University of New England
- M.A. — Educational Policy and Administration, University of Minnesota
Main responsibilities at Carthage
Douglas oversees housing and residence life operations at Carthage.
Favorite thing about working at Carthage
“I have really enjoyed all the people I have worked with so far. The students and staff have been extremely fun and welcoming.”
“I referee for flat-track roller derby, I love to try new experiences and be adventurous, and I enjoy cooking and golfing (I do not promise to be good at either).”