Education Abroad (EA)
When establishing education abroad at your institution, where do you start? Learn practical strategies for implementing successful education abroad programs, policies, and procedures. Build an individualized roadmap and toolkit with specific, concrete steps to develop education abroad at your institution.
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
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Director, Center for Global Engagement
Seminole State College of Florida
AnneLiese Busch received her BA in French and History and her BS in Political Science from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. In 2006, she graduated from New York University with an MA in International Relations, and moved to Paris to work as the head of business development for a public relations firm. In 2009 she moved to Lima, Peru, where she was the director of the Center for American Education at the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola and the dean of Broward College in Peru. As the director, she was responsible for administering the AA degree program offered through Broward College, the BS degree program in Business Administration offered through USF, the BS degree program in Hotel and Restaurant Management offered through the University of Houston, the BS degree program in Industrial Engineering offered through the University of Central Florida, and several bachelor degree programs in business offered through the University of London. In 2014 she became the Director of Internationalization at the Universidad de Ingenieria & Tecnologia, where she procured and managed dual degree programs with Purdue and the Colorado School of Mines, as well as several institutional agreements with Harvard and MIT. She is now the director of the Center for Global Engagement at Seminole State College and looks forward to growing the center to incorporate additional opportunities for international study and travel for Seminole State College students. AnneLiese is currently pursuing her doctorate in Higher Education Administration and Leadership with Colorado State University, and hopes to graduate in 2017
Director, International Education & Engagement
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Working in international education since 2005, Emelee is passionate about cross-cultural learning experiences and the impact they have on students. She has worked for urban, RI institutions as well as rural community colleges. She has extensive experience in study abroad advising and program development, international student recruitment, admissions & services, community and multicultural programming as well as teaching. She is currently the Director of International Education & Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where she oversees education abroad, international student and scholar services, ESL, and campus internationalization efforts.