Vicky is a lifelong resident of Sterling. She came to Sterling College in 1992 in the Housekeeping department and is currently the Physical Plant Office Manager. Vicky enjoys building relationships with students that last long past graduation. She believes that Sterling College is a wonderful place to grow as a Christian whether you are a student or an employee.
Song Kirk began working for Sterling College in maintenance and housekeeping in 1997. She is known on campus for her sweet disposition and ability to make others smile. Kirk is also locally known for her Thai cooking. Featured in the Hutchinson News on July 13, 2010, Kirk talks about the ingredients in her dishes, how she learned to cook, and her first experience with American food. She has served at Sterling College for more than 15 years.
Betsy started as a part time online recruiting specialist in July 2013 and loves being a part of the SC community. Helping people achieve their academic goals amidst their busy lifestyles is something she finds rewarding. She is also a substitute teacher in the area. Betsy and her family relocated to Sterling almost 10 years ago from the Chicago suburbs. Betsy is a huge fan of Sterling College football due to the fact that her husband, Andy is the head football coach. They have four daughters, their oldest one graduating from SC spring 2014.
Chuck Lambert begins his eighth season as Defensive Coordinator for the Sterling College Warrior football program in 2011.
Lambert’s defense ranked first in the KCAC for the second straight year and 17th in the NAIA in scoring de¬fense in 2010, building Lambert’s streak of having a defense in the top 25 in the nation in scoring defense to five straight seasons. Coach Lambert’s 2010 defense was ranked nationally in the top 25 in five different defensive statistical categories.
Loida’s office doors rarely stop swinging – open, closed, open, closed. She works part-time as the Sterling College Campus Counselor, and has a deep desire to see students find, through their hurts and challenges, a place of healing and, ultimately redemption, through Christ Jesus. She is experienced in biblical and trained in secular counseling, therefore can serve students using either approach, or tools from both, based on the students’ preference.
Garrett has served as Sterling College’s Coordinator of Online Student Services since May of 2014, where he helps online students succeed in any way he can. Most of his duties revolve around maintaining the online student database, pointing online students toward SCO resources and furthering retention efforts.
Tina is from the small community of Hardtner, Kansas, but was raised in the Wichita area. Tina is married to her husband of 27 years, Montie.
Montie was the song leader at Westside Freewill Baptist Church, where they attended for 22 years, before moving to the Sylvia area. She loves serving as the pastor’s wife while Montie fulfills his duties as pastor for the new cowboy church in South Hutchinson. Saltcity Cowboy Church is a dream and vision come true for the couple.
Carrie caught the contagious Sterling College "bug" from her husband when he couldn't stop talking about the wonderful experiences that he had as a former Sterling College student. Soon she became hooked as well. Carrie enjoys working as an Admissions Counselor because it allows her to promote all the wonderful things that Sterling College has to offer to students.
Mackenzie graduated from Sterling College in 2014 with a BA in Graphic Design and Photography. During her time at Sterling College she served as a resident’s assistant in Evans Hall, Secretary of Art League and was on the Admissions Ambassador team for two years. In the summer after graduating, she was a counselor at Westminster Woods. She feels blessed to have such a close relationship with family and friends and loves fun and glitter!