CRC Administrative Team

SheilaMrs. Sheila Roccia

CRC Admin Assistant

Sheila Roccia joined our team at the Brown County Career Resource Center as the Administrative Assistant in June, 2010. Sheila had previously worked at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia as the Administrative Assistant of the Athletic Department for 19 years.   She brings a great experience and skill set in working with college students and enrollment procedures that has helped all of our clients.  She is likely the first person you’ll see when walking through our doors.

KathrynKathryn Kabe

Career Education Coordinator

Kathryn has a master’s degree in elementary education from Indiana University and has worked with students at all academic levels. After working at the Brown County Junior High School as a teaching assistant, Kathryn taught at Northside Middle School and two elementary schools in Columbus, Indiana. She also spent six years working at Columbus Behavioral Center, teaching students who were dealing with emotional and behavioral challenges.

Kathryn moved to southern Indiana from northern Michigan a number of years ago. She and her husband, Greg, have been married for 33 years and have two grown kids, Adam and Elizabeth. Kathryn enjoys writing fiction, reading mysteries, and hiking in our beautiful countryside.

ShannonShannon Brunton

Life Long Learning Facilitator

Shannon joined the CRC staff in November of 2012. She was, however, already a familiar face as a client taking Ivy Tech classes and completing an Associate’s degree with honors in Psychology. She then achieved a Bachelor’s degree from Purdue/ Indianapolis in Psychology in May 2012. She studied in the School Psychology Ph.D. program at IU Bloomington. Shannon brings an understanding of CRC’s clients that is exceptional because of her experience here.

Shannon handles many of the career counseling duties, develops support services including special accommodation testing. She also works with high school students to make sure they stay on track for graduation. The CRC is fortunate to benefit from her talents and knowledge as it develops through her program and personal experience.