Carmel Center DirectorAfter attending Purdue University, Alyssa took her unique skill-set to Mexico where she ran the northern division of a global non-profit organization for six years. With a passion for changing people’s lives for the better, she ran week-long camps for up to 3,000 teenagers at a time and managed a global team of 60. After successfully training a local team to take over operations, she has continued her love of impacting teenagers’ lives for the better by joining the Class 101 team as a full-time employee. With specialties in writing and reading, Alyssa works with students to improve their scores, develop unique essays, build confidence, and provide them with options uniquely suited for their future.
Franchise OwnerRandy Stegemoller is a leader in the college admissions and planning marketplace, and owner of Class 101 Bloomington, IN; Carmel, IN; and Tampa, FL. Randy has multiple appearances on Fox 59 with “Angela Answers”, WTHR Indianapolis with Karen Campbell, and WGCL 1370 “Your Money” with David Hays. Randy’s mission is to provide families with expert guidance in the college search, admissions, and financial aid process. Randy helps high school students identify their college goals, as well as support them in the steps necessary to achieve those goals in a cost-effective manner.
Franchise OwnerKim Stegemoller is a leader with a proven track record of outstanding achievement through personal initiative, creativity, and the ability to motivate and lead high school students. Kim’s years of experience in the publishing industry brings excellent writing, organizational, and communication skills to our students. She has a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University in Computer Information Systems.
Kara M. Stolle
College AdvisorKara Stolle received her Bachelor's Degree in Music from Butler University and her Master's Degree from the Indiana University School of Music in Bloomington. An active professional musician with experience in music management, Kara has also taught and mentored students for over twenty years in middle school, high school, and college settings. Currently a professor of music at DePauw University, she enjoys working with students who have diverse interests and seek to continue their passion for the arts whether as a major or in another field of study. As a college planner, Kara enjoys helping students find and develop their skills and strengths, while empowering them to use these tools as they strive for success in high school, college, and beyond