Rhonda Olshine was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, and has been a part of the CIU family for 20 years. She started here at CIU as a Field Education Supervisor, then taught social studies at Ben Lippen, and later began to teach Ministry to Adults as an adjunct professor and work in the Center for Educational Innovation and Development as a faculty assistant for several undergraduate courses. Along with the many hats Rhonda wears at CIU, she is also a wonderful wife, mother, and “Domestic Engineer.” When she isn’t grading papers, helping students, exercising, or couponing, Rhonda enjoys spending time traveling with her family! Her favorite aspect of working at CIU is seeing the Word of God come alive in the lives and hearts of the students she teaches; and her students—along with us here in CEID—appreciate her love, knowledge, and guidance more than she will ever know.
Least favorite chore: clutter cleaning
Aspiration: Learn to scuba dive
Superpowers she’d like to have: ability to read a book without opening it, ability to heal others
What she would do with $1,000: put it toward a trip to Israel with CIU Travel Learn