Contact info and brief biography of our design faculty. 

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Linda Felipez

Chair, Professor of Technology

(509) 527-2713

Ed.D.—West Virginia University—1991

Linda Felipez joined the Technology Department faculty in August of 1998. Her teaching expertise is in the area of Graphic Communication and she has also worked in the industry as a Graphic Designer and Prepress Operator. As department chair, her department duties include administration of three diverse program areas, staffing for all classes within the department, curriculum development, marketing and recruitment, and participation in the WWU governance system. Her career goal is to follow God's leading in academia and she is passionate about knocking down barriers to success for those around her.

When Linda can find a little free time she likes to spend it with family, especially her two granddaughters!

Brent Bergherm

Professor of Design

(509) 527-2701

M.A.—Savannah College of Art and Design—2010
Brent Bergherm joined the ranks in the Technology department as an instructor of photography and graphic design in August of 2007. Bergherm graduated from WWC in 1999 with a bachelor of arts degree in commercial art and minors in both business and graphics technology. He missed a full degree in graphics technology by only two courses. In November of 2010 he finished with a Master's in Photography degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Some of Bergherm's hobbies include spending time with his wife and kids, photography, and travel. For the summers of '07, '08, and '09, Brent participated in Maranatha Volunteers International's Ultimate Workout project as a photographer/reporter. He is also on a University committee that is working with a new K-12 school in India.

Logan Seibold

Instructor of Product Design

(509) 527-2695

B.S. - Walla Walla University 2021

Logan was born and raised in Kansas. He enjoyed working at camp during the summers. He had some involvement with ASWWU and worked as a TA for the Department of Technology for most of his college career. He wants to nurture a creative community in the CTC and a welcoming learning environment where all his students learn to see the world and think like designers.

Logan likes climbing, hiking, swimming, and running, and generally anything that pushes his physical fitness or challenges him in a healthy way. One of his favorite subjects is film—He loves learning about the filmmaking process and the dozens of artistic disciplines it takes to tell a story on-screen. He also like reading, and he's trying to read more books this year. Generally he likes creating and making things, most often in a visual medium. Listening to music, especially folk and bluegrass, is a great source of joy for him, so he is trying to learn guitar. 

Teaching: Product design

Alix Harris

Instructor of Graphic Design

(509) 527-2499

B.S.—Walla Walla University—2016

Alix is an Instructional Designer at WWU in the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology where she works alongside faculty to design and develop the framework for online instruction on Brightspace, the learning management system used by WWU. She has also worked in the Marketing and University Relations office designing both print and digital marketing materials and managing the university's online content and social media.  In addition to her day job and serving as adjunct faculty in the Department of Technology, Alix often takes on freelance design work in the community working with organizations including The Blue Mountain Land Trust, The Exchange Club of Walla Walla, and Bluewood Ski Resort (where she loves to spend winter days on the mountain).





Jefre Humbert

Instructor of Product Design

(503) 622-4544

B.S.—Walla Walla University

Jefre’s formal education is varied. He has a B.S. in Elementary Education and minors in Biology, Math, and Industrial Arts. Jefre’s passions are teaching, product design, and manufacturing. He has started a couple of companies that create custom molds, as well as developing software for various schools. Jefre has a great attitude towards teaching and combined with his industry knowledge on computer aided design and manufacturing he is a great addition to the Product Design program.

    Kristopher Margart

    Instructor of Technology

    (509) 301-8084



    Kristopher began teaching at Walla Walla University as the welding instructor for the Department of Technology 2011. He graduated from Walla Walla University with a BSW in 2011 and obtained his MSW in June 2012. He has spent several years working full time as a welder for Key Technology in Walla Walla. In addition to teaching welding at WWU, Kristopher is a welding instructor for Walla Walla Community College at the Washington State Penitentiary. He loves spending his free time with his beautiful wife, Harmony, fishing, or riding a motorcycle. Kristopher feels it is the simple values and decisions in life which define a person. Kristopher says that without a doubt, he has been blessed beyond reason. He is the first to express that if it was not for Jesus Christ and the family he was given, he would be a lost person.  

    Teaching: Oxyacetylene Welding and Cutting, Shielded Metal Arc Welding, and Specialized Welding.

    Nathanael McCoy

    Instructor of Product Design

    (509) 527-2212

    Nathanael Charles McCoy was born and raised in Idaho and educated in Washington. Some time spent outside of these two states was in the northwest mountains of Texas, and yes, there are mountains in Texas…and several weeks, his favorite, in the Rocky Mountains of Canada.

    35+ years have been spent in the AG Aircraft Industry working for companies that manufactured the “first” successful Guidance Sys for Ag Aircraft. The Bridgeport Mill and a “Cadillac” Lathe were his close “friends” and with their help he gained all of his knowledge in metal working.

    Currently, his “loves” are fine craftsmanship in wood, metal, and fabric/leather. Cycling has been a life-long pursuit and being in the mountains is the high point of any week. Being active is his passion and whether by wheel, sole, or oar, he is all in!

    Last but not least, he honors the Creator of the Universe for His Guidance and imparted Wisdom experienced through the “snap shot” of my life set down here— the credit goes to Him for any successes.

    Kevin Coleman

    Instructor of Graphic Design

    (509) 956-9100

    B.S.—Walla Walla University—2009

    Kevin Coleman joined the Technology department as adjunct faculty in 2010 to help teach Graphic Design and Layout. He graduated from Walla Walla University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in New Media Imaging, and has put what he has learned to good use in the form of web development, design and marketing. While he specializes in web development, he also enjoys print/packaging design, photography, typography, music, language, writing, and other creative arts. Kevin's passion lies in finding new and innovative ways to communicate and bring people together.

    Kevin loves spending time with his wife Mindy, with whom he spent a year in Italy learning Italian language, art, and culture. He dreams of living in Scandinavia and working at a type foundry, but his utmost goal is to better learn to do God's will.

    Cory Sutton

    Instructor of Technology

    (509) 527-2712

    B.A. - Walla Walla University

    Skilled in Adobe Creative Suite, HTML/CSS, WordPress, Typography, and Microsoft Office.

    "With experience in everything from print design and sign production to web design, I love to do anything that pushes me creatively. I've put my experience to work as an Adjunct Professor at my Alma Mater instructing in the field of graphic design, helping to train a new generation of web and graphic designers."

    Nicholas Stephan

    Instructor of Technology


    Jacob Patterson

    Instructor of Technology


    Caleb Rexin

    Instructor of Technology


    Dan Wolcott

    Instructor of Technology


    Dan has spent most of his life working in and around construction. For the past 34 years he wakes up, still looking forward to work. Working for himself at Sheridan Woodworking, Dan builds custom cabinetry and furniture. Recently, Dan got the opportunity to teach what he knows to students as they develop their minds for a degree and a job. He considers teaching to be the highlight of his working week. He feels that he is blessed by God and the University to trust him with the task

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