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Bellerud, Heather; Secretary Senior

Bellerud, Heather; Secretary Senior Office: 006-0101

Phone: (509) 533-3710

Email: Heather.Bellerud@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Heather joined the staff at SFCC in December 2016, shortly after moving to Spokane with her family. She's excited to be exploring the region on foot and by bicycle, and considers the landscape here to be a natural fit for her love of the outdoors. Heather is a gardener, tinkerer, and creative mess maker.

Heather started her career in archaeological site preservation and cultural-natural resource interpretation with the National Park Service in New Mexico and Arizona. Following a period teaching art and environmental education in Colorado, she moved to Seattle when she accepted a position in the education department at the Museum of History and Industry. Heather later joined the education department at the Frye Art Museum, where she managed the museum’s programming for youth audiences.

Since leaving the museum community, Heather has remained devoted to non-profit program administration; leading children's art and literacy programs, volunteering as a family bicycle advocate, and coordinating a community garden. If you see her with dirt in her hair and grease under her nails, you’ll know she was up to some sort of mess making - hopefully the creative kind.

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Brunt, Bonnie; Dean of Visual and Performing Arts

Brunt, Bonnie; Dean of Visual and Performing Arts Office: 015-0105

Phone: (509) 533-3339

Email: Bonnie.Brunt@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Bonnie Brunt moved to Spokane for a job at SFCC in 2004 and subsequently fell in love with both this college and the Spokane area. In the fall of 2012, after 20 years teaching Spanish, Bonnie stepped into an interim dean position to fill a vacancy. Much to her surprise, she found that she really enjoyed the job, so she applied and was offered the permanent dean position in 2013.

There are many things she loves about this college and her current role here. Her favorites are probably the opportunity to effect positive change at the college on a broader scale and to take care of the faculty, staff, and students of the programs under her supervision (Fine Arts, Music, Audio Engineering, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Photography, Digital Media Production, and Journalism). She loves that the job is complex and different every day, and she’s really proud of the work that is being done in the division.

She misses teaching Spanish and also the daily contact with the students in the classroom, but fortunately has been "adopted" by the students, faculty, and staff in the Visual & Performing Arts.

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Crabtree, Doug; Graphic Design Instructor

Crabtree, Doug; Graphic Design Instructor Office: 019-218D

Phone: (509) 533-3717

Email: Doug.Crabtree@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Doug has been a faculty member in the Graphic Design program at Spokane Falls Community College since 1998. He teaches print production, multimedia technology, and self-paced classes on a variety of subjects. Doug also oversees students' cooperative education experience.

Doug is the Advisor to The Wire Harp, an annual campus literary and arts magazine, and is a board member for the American Advertising Federation.

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Day, Jennifer; Administrative Assistant

Day, Jennifer; Administrative Assistant Office: 015-0104

Phone: (509) 533-3720

Email: Jennifer.Day@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Jennifer has been at CCS since 2012 and with the Visual and Performing Arts Division since 2015. With a background in cultural anthropology, she has long loved the arts, both as reflections of the everyday and as windows into society. She particularly enjoys classical and jazz music as well as clay, fiber, and glass. She enjoys listening to music students sing and 'jam' in the hallways and getting the chance to view the variety of student work across the division.

She enjoys being back in an academic environment, working with faculty and students. Before moving to Spokane, she worked in global health and development programs and research in Africa and Asia, after initially serving in the Peace Corps in Nepal and earning her Masters in Public Health (MPH).

Since arriving in Spokane, she has been active in the local community, serving on multiple non-profit boards and supporting sustainable development, walkable neighborhoods, and public health, here and in low-income countries. Aside from her role as administrative assistant to the Visual and Performing Arts Division at SFCC, she is also adjunct faculty at EWU's MPH program at the College of Health Science and Public Health, and guest lectures in various departments at SFCC.

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Gross, Ray; Graphic Design Instructor

Gross, Ray; Graphic Design Instructor Office: 019-0227

Phone: (509) 533-4181

Email: Ray.Gross@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Ray Gross began teaching multimedia classes for the Graphic Design students at Spokane Falls Community College in 2015.

Since earning an A.A.S. in Audio Technology from SFCC in 2009, Ray has been working in the media industry as an audio engineer, camera operator, video editor, and producer. He continues to work as an in-demand freelancer with a number of production companies, advertising agencies, businesses, and broadcast networks.

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Kaminski, Richard; Graphic Design Instructor

Kaminski, Richard; Graphic Design Instructor Office: 019-0216A

Phone: (509) 533-4181

Email: Richard.Kaminski@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Rick joined the faculty of the Graphic Design program at Spokane Falls Community College in 2011 and currently teaches web development. He earned his master's degree in Computer Science in 1990 and worked as a consultant writing software applications and developing databases for companies such as Adobe, Eddie Bauer, and Safeco Insurance. Rick began working as a freelance web developer in 2008 when he established his own company, Capstone Web Services.

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Roys, June; Graphic Design Instructor

Roys, June; Graphic Design Instructor Office: 019-218A

Phone: (509) 533-3425

Email: June.Roys@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
June became a member of the Graphic Design faculty at Spokane Falls Community College in 2014 and teaches design process, design technology, history of design, self-paced classes, and student cooperative education experience.

June has an MFA from Edinboro University, a BS in Education from Youngstown State University, and an AAB from Lakeland Community College. She worked as a designer in the Cleveland and Atlanta markets for five years before entering the education field, and her digital work and photography has been exhibited in national and regional juried exhibitions. June is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Seattle Chapter.

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Stemkoski, Ryan; Graphic Design Instructor

Stemkoski, Ryan; Graphic Design Instructor Office: 019-0202

Phone: (509) 533-4181

Email: Ryan.Stemkoski@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Ryan teaches web development classes in the Graphic Design program at Spokane Falls Community College. He joined the faculty in 2011. He is also the Interactive Director at Zipline Interactive which specializes in developing branded marketing solutions that work in the real world.

Ryan believes that marketing plans, corporate identity, collateral sales material, product packaging, and websites must all work together to create a unified and goal-directed experience.

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Stiles, Greg; Graphic Design Instructor

Stiles, Greg; Graphic Design Instructor Office: 019-218B

Phone: (509) 533-3708

Email: Greg.Stiles@sfcc.spokane.edu

Graphic and Web Design
Greg joined the graphic design faculty at Spokane Falls Community College in 1997 and currently teaches design techniques, design process, and a variety of self-paced classes. He earned his BA and MEd from Eastern Washington University and is an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) in InDesign.

Greg is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Spokane Advertising Federation. He has received awards from several design competitions including the Society of Technical Communicators Northwest, International Association of Business Communicators and Broadcast Design Association, the Spokane Advertising Federation, and Print's Regional Design Annual. He was selected as the Spokane Advertising Professional (Ad Pro) of the year in 2010.

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Whybrow, Robin; CBE Lab Tech

Whybrow, Robin; CBE Lab Tech Office: 019-0216A

Phone: (509) 533-4181

Email: Robin.Whybrow@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
Robin Whybrow has been on the staff at SFCC since 2103. His primary job is managing the Competency Based Education Lab supporting students and faculty from the Graphic Design, Photography, and Interior Design programs.

After retiring from the Air Force, Robin spent 5 years at the WSU College of Nursing managing a computer-based training center, working in all aspects of nursing training video production as well as a stint as the College's Operations Manager. His passion is helping students.

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Wimmer, Alicia; Graphic and Interior Design Instructor

Wimmer, Alicia; Graphic and Interior Design Instructor Office: 019-0216A

Phone: (509) 533-4181

Email: Alicia.Wimmer@sfcc.spokane.edu

 
A graduate of the Graphic Design program at Spokane Falls Community College, Alicia has a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Washington, and a master's degree in Teaching Visual Arts from Eastern Washington University.

Alicia began working in the field of graphic design in 2006 and joined the faculty at Spokane Falls Community College in 2014. She has experience working at an advertising agency and as a freelance designer and has been teaching art and design courses since 2012. She continues to do freelance design, and practices traditional and modern art mediums.

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