Schaumloeffel accepts position at Potomac State
Jill (Elam) Schaumloeffel has accepted a position at Potomac State College of West Virginia University (WVU) as a visiting professor of information technology. She will be teaching classes in computer maintenance and repair, networking fundamentals, web design, multimedia creation, and Adobe Suite of Graphic Applications as well as advising students.
Prior to accepting this appointment, Schaumloeffel served as an instructor at Garrett College in McHenry, Md., a network engineer at Garrett Container Systems, Inc. and owned her own business, Backbone Enterprises, LLC, where she managed a full-service computer consulting firm which included customers from Vermont to Georgia.
Schaumloeffel earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Michigan State University in Lansing, Mich. and her masters of information technology, information security and assurance from Kaplan University in Davenport, Iowa
Schaumloeffel is certified in CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, Comptia Security+, Microsoft Certified System Engineer, MCP+I, CCNA, and CCAI. She is experienced in design as well as management and support of several programs including Windows and Novell LAN/WAN networks and Suse Linux.
She and her husband, Art, currently reside in Eglon, W.Va.