Hilda Fyock has been teaching at the College of Western Idaho in Communication since 2011. She received her B.A. in Broadcast Communications from Asbury University in Kentucky, and her M.A. in Telecommunications from Baylor University in Texas. Hilda has taught Communication 101 and Intercultural Communication at CWI. Previously, she taught Production Methods in the TV Studio, public speaking in the workplace, and helped with coaching the CWI Speech and Debate Team. She also received CWI Social and Behavioral Science's Adjunct of the Year award in 2011.
Hilda currently works as an eLearning Project Manager at Mission Aviation Fellowship in Nampa, Idaho. She and her husband, Dave, lived overseas for 13 years. She does speak Albanian (at least did) and Spanish. She loves the diversity of the CWI students and enjoys seeing their growth in speech communications. Hilda has two boys who are both in band at school. In her spare time, she enjoys going to marching band competitions, music festivals, and school fundraisers for the music program. She loves to travel with her husband, and has been to 30 different countries, but her bucket list is not finished. She still hopes to go to Australia, China, Spain, Argentina, and Indonesia.