Dill Becomes Graphic Designer at Mineral Area College
Julia Dill of Terre Du Lac has joined Mineral Area College as its graphic designer.
She had been the community college’s director of development and alumni relations, left the position which is now overseen by Assistant to the President Kevin Thurman, and then became interested in the graphic design opening which she now fills.
It’s a familiar field, since she had been designing MAC's Alumni Newsletter for the last three years, taking pictures around campus, in addition to overseeing MAC Foundation fundraising initiatives and working with alumni and friends to support scholarships and program enhancements.
Before she oversaw Mineral Area College Foundation, she worked as an administrative assistant for the President’s Office, for the TRIO program Educational Talent Search II, and also served the college as a work-study student.
Dill holds associate degrees in general studies and in teaching, both from Mineral Area College. She is completing a bachelor’s degree in business from Central Methodist University.
She is a member of the Philanthropic Education Organization in Farmington, Missouri Community College Association, and The National Council for Marketing & Public Relations.
Dill grew up in Reynolds County and graduated from Bunker High School. She lives in Terre Du Lac with her husband, Justin, her step-daughter, Brianna, two dogs and a cat. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends; singing, songwriting, and playing harmonica; art, writing, yoga, hiking, mountain biking, cooking, gardening, and spending time in nature.