Melissa Belcher is a 2001 graduate of Bellarmine University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics. She received her Master’s Degree in Mathematics from Purdue University in 2003. She has almost 15 years’ experience teaching college mathematics and has been a faculty member with the Sullivan University System since 2016. She lives in Louisville with her husband and enjoys reading, travelling, doing puzzles, and spending time with family.
Charles graduated from Brescia University with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. Following his undergraduate career, he completed some graduate work in physics and spent 33 years working as a Staff Process Engineer in the aluminum industry. Charles married his wife of 54 years and has two sons, four granddaughters, and two great-grandchildren. After retirement, Charles enrolled in Western Kentucky University to pursue his Master of Arts degree in Adult Education with aspirations to teach college-level mathematics. He successfully completed his program and graduated as the eldest in his class of 1,450 students. Unfortunately, one week prior to graduation his wife passed away. For the past 5 years he has taught math for Sullivan University, Lexington campus. Charles enjoys exercising at his local fitness center and doing math problems.