Education Abroad (EA)
Education abroad at community colleges is expanding at unprecedented rates despite a decrease in resources and budget. Learn how to do more with less, while gaining an understanding of consortium models. Examine how other institutions have built new, or leveraged existing, consortiums to maximize resources, markets, programs, and local expertise.
College Consortium for International Studies
Jayme Kreitinger is the Executive Director for the College Consortium for International Studies, a consortium of U.S. and international member institutions and a 501(3)(c) education non-profit dedicated to increasing access and opportunity to study abroad for students from all backgrounds.
Jayme has broad experience leading international education, global strategies, and education abroad. Jayme joins CCIS from Georgetown University where she led graduate school education abroad and international degree initiatives, guiding departments through program design, models of engagement, and learning and academic. Prior to her tenure at Georgetown, Jayme worked at IREX in Washington DC where she launched two new Department of State exchange programs with Tunisia. Jayme formerly led Education Abroad at Montana State University, where she developed and managed bilateral exchanges, consortium study abroad programs, and initiatives to support underrepresented students in study abroad.
Jayme was awarded a Fulbright Research Grant to Jordan where she studied sports as a tool for development and intercultural understanding. She specializes regionally in the Middle East and North Africa and speaks Spanish and Arabic.
Thursday, June 1
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Dean of International Education
Dr. Moore has 35 years in higher education administration including 16 years as an international educator. He has developed overseas partnerships between Broward College and 15 international partners mainly to offer Broward courses and credits around the world. He is a frequent accreditation site visitor to evaluate the readiness of institutions in the US and abroad to meet accreditation standards.
He is also a frequent speaker at international conferences including those he has developed for Broward partners in Asia and Latin America.
Coordinator for Study Abroad and International Education Director
Gregory F. Malveaux PhD, is a professor at Montgomery College and has been a study abroad coordinator and international education director in higher education for over a decade and a half. In addition, he is an accomplished writer; his most recent book is entitled Look Before Leaping: Risks, Liabilities and Repair of Study Abroad in Higher Education (2016). He has traversed more than sixty countries and has led student, faculty and community-based study abroad programs to Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and Europe. His passion to be a global citizen led him to pursue overseas studies in Africa, teach ESOL throughout Southeast Asia, Chair the English and U.S. Business Department at Nation University (formally known as Yonok University) in Thailand, and serve as a study abroad specialist in American higher education. He is dedicated to cultivating lifelong service learning and safe overseas opportunities for all.