What does an ISSS career actually look like?
Understand the A-Z functions of an international student advising office and the key roles and responsibilities of ISSS professionals.
What is the experience of international students?
From acceptance to immigration compliance to the academic experience and life after graduation.
How do you create transformative experiences for international students?
How do ISSS professionals create experiences for international students that go beyond academics?
Understanding Immigration & Compliance for international students
Learn the basics of immigration rules and regulations and how ISSS offices go "beyond compliance" to support students through uncertain times.
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DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENT & SCHOLAR SERVICES
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
She began her career in international education by teaching English as a foreign language in China in 2002. Since then, she earned a Masters Degree in Student Affairs Counseling and held various ISSS leadership positions at Missouri State University, the University of South Carolina, and Drury University.
Her career spans almost 20 years and includes comprehensive international student support experience ranging from enrollment management, programmatic enrichment, immigration compliance advice, and international employee administration. She's also held leadership roles at NAFSA where she has served as the Region IV treasurer, the South Carolina State Representative, the Region VII Chair, and currently the Regional Affairs Committee Chair-Elect Cohort Coach.
She is a doctoral candidate at the University of Missouri-Columbia in the Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Program. Her dissertation will focus on the transformative outcomes of an international study experience.