International Student Programs Office Staff

Jennifer Onuigbo, Interim Director of International Student Services
Jennifer has a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Business and Spanish from Simpson College, and an MBA degree from Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Volunteering in the community has been very important to Jennifer, and she is currently on the Board of Director for both the Cedar Falls Community School District and the Friends of the Gallagher Bluedorn.  She has also been actively involved in her local school district, developing an after-school club for students and serving for several years as carnival co-chair, math tutor, and post-prom director.  Jennifer loves to attends concerts (highlights include Prince, Barbara Streisand, Beyonce, and Adele), and to travel the world with her family.  Recent journeys include trips to the Caribbean, Europe, and Nigeria.

Wendy Mohlis, International Student Friendship Family Coordinator
Wendy Mohlis has been with Wartburg College since August 2008. Wendy has her Associate in Arts degree in Business from Upper Iowa University and has worked in higher education for over 16 years. Wendy’s community involvement has included the Waterloo Jaycees, Past President of the Waterloo Women’s Police Auxiliary, and she enjoys supporting her local school and church activities. At Wartburg, Wendy has participated as a service trip advisor to Kentucky and East St. Louis and is proud to be involved in the international student friendship family program. Wendy has hosted two Alumni students from Nigeria and is currently hosting students from West Sahara, Africa and Tokyo, Japan. If you would like to become involved in this rewarding experience or have questions on how to become involved, please give me a call at 319-352-8745 or visit the Friendship Family link on this website.

Nothizile Ncube, Student Support
Nothizile Ncube will graduate from Wartburg College in 2017 with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and International Relations, with a minor in Business.  Nothi has been a resident assistant with Wartburg's Residential Life department for three years, and a supplemental instruction leader for Psychology.  She is passionate about helping students, especially international students, to find meaning in their Wartburg experience.