Kurt Anderson graduated from Sterling College in 1982, where he majored in Business with a Psychology minor, played football, and resided in Kilbourn Hall. Kurt now lives in Evanston, Ill. with his wife Kristine and their 15-year-old son, Zach.
What are you doing now, Kurt?
I am Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for a company called EquiClaim. EquiClaim, an Emdeon company, delivers comprehensive cost management strategies to government and commercial healthcare payers through a suite of audit and recovery services.
EquiClaim, an Emdeon company, focuses on innovative services that help ensure timely and accurate payments to healthcare providers.
How did your experience and time at Sterling College shape you?
I love Sterling, I formed a lot of great friendships there with my classmates and my teammates, and I've stayed in touch with them over the years. I also think it helped me mature in my faith that I have been able to build upon over the last 30 plus years.
What did you enjoy or appreciate most about Sterling College?
I think Sterling was a great college to find, as a young person coming out of high school, to kind of find yourself, what you wanted to do, and form some lifelong friendships. And it also allowed me to contribute to perform in athletics, and I probably wouldn't have had a chance to do that at other schools.
How are you remaining involved on the campus?
I participate in the National Advisory Council, and I do stay in touch with some of my friends from Sterling as well, and my wife and I contribute financially.
Do you mind if we include an email ddress so that people can get a hold of you?
Not at all. email@example.com