Achievements

SkillsUSA Championships results revealed

The SkillsUSA Wisconsin College Postsecondary took 36 student contestants to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Ky., to compete in the SkillsUSA Championships during the week of June 24-28.

Madison College students earned the following results:

  • George Kattermann and Connor Dempsey, Mechanical Design students, eighth in Additive Manufacturing. Advisor: Ryan Ubersox.
  • Danny Gutierrez, a Cosmetology student, fourth in Barbering. Advisor: Melissa Brainerd.
  • Mary Loeser, a Cosmetology student, fifth in Cosmetology. Advisor: Melissa Brainerd.
  • Andrew Allison, an Automotive Technology student, eighth in Extemporaneous Speaking. Advisor: Craig Lathrop.
  • Katrina Willis, a Health and Medical Coding student, seventh in Job Interview. Advisor: Jeff Molzahn.
  • Payton Fandrich, an Automotive Technology student, seventh in Job Skill Demonstration Open. Advisor: Craig Lathrop.
  • Alex McConkey, an Automotive Technology student, 13th in Motorcycle Service. Advisor: Craig Lathrop.
  • Hunter Payne, an Automotive Technology student, 19th in Job Skill Demonstration A. Advisor: Craig Lathrop.
  • Aaron Pohl, an Auto Collision and Refinishing student, 14th in Prepared Speech. Advisor: Aaron Stroot.
  • Xiong Her Pao, an Auto Collision and Refinishing student, 23rd in Automotive Refinishing. Advisor: Aaron Stroot.


Zeno Bell, an Automotive Technology student, and Anne Marie Loeser, a Cosmetology student, attended all the delegate sessions, voted on changes to the SkillsUSA bylaws and represented at the annual business meeting.

Timothy Myers, a Mechanical Design graduate working towards his vocational education degree, ended his term as national Parliamentarian. Myers was the first national officer that Wisconsin C/PS had in 25 years and the first from Madison College.

Published July 3, 2019. Updated July 5, 2019.