Katelyn Kulacz BSN, RN, CEN, TCRNAdjunct Faculty, Nursing
- BSN, Western Governors University
I established my academic career by teaching for Anahuac University in Mexico, and I have continuously taught business courses for seven years. My mission is to help anyone I interact with, especially students, to unveil their passions and explore their life’s business goals. I enjoy playing soccer, working out, traveling, reading, and discovering new restaurants.
I am grateful for the time I spend with my husband and our two dogs. We love hiking, snowboarding, camping, going to concerts and being outdoors.
There was a time when I thought having a college degree and teaching math was just a dream due to the expense and time. After more than a decade working in the restaurant industry during my late twenties, I decided to try college and was nervous that I would not be successful. Fortunately, starting at Front Range Community College with student loans was the best decision I ever made. It was a challenge to learn how to be a student all over again while working full time to support myself. Helping people learn and do any type of mathematics is my passion. I have now taught various mathematics courses for over a decade. I also enjoy coaching and mentoring other teachers.
Have been a Veterinary Technician for 30 years. Have worked in mostly small and exotic animal clinics, but did some mixed practice (large and small animal) technician work. Was an office manager at a small animal clinic before becoming a veterinary technician educator. Am an active member of CACVT.
I am a farmer at heart. I have a love for all domesticated birds such as chickens, ducks, geese and more. I have many of these birds and love raising them for the eggs they provide to my family and others. I also have a few goats that we raise for dairy purposes. I love to garden (mostly vegetables) in the summer and must grow plants inside to get me through the long winter months when I can't get out and work in the soil.