Education Abroad (EA)

Sessions

Navigating Career Transitions in Education Abroad

Thursday, November 14
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Location: Anapolis

Education Abroad professionals continue to evolve throughout their careers. What does this mean for our field? What should you consider before making a move? How do you determine possible options? Engage with colleagues who have successfully navigated career transitions and learn how to effectively assess your personal situation and position yourself to achieve your long-term professional goals. The facilitators will provide the context around the discussion, and meaningfully engage the audience in self-assessment as well as proactively share their personal best practices for professional advocacy and career advancement. Participants will leave the meeting with tangible takeaways, career-focused action items, and introspective learning around professional development in international education.



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Kelly M. Holland, M.Ed.

Director of Institutional Relations
Global Experiences

Kelly Holland is Director for Institutional Relations at Global Experiences in Annapolis, Maryland. She holds a M.Ed. in Comparative & International Education from Lehigh University and a B.A. in International Business Management and Spanish from Moravian College. Prior to joining GE, Kelly served as Associate Director of Study Abroad at Towson University and Interim Director of Study Abroad at Eastern Illinois University and worked for the Spanish Ministry of Education. She also serves in a volunteer leader capacity as Director of Mentoring & Coaching for the Global Leadership League, an organization dedicated to supporting women in international education.

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Rebecca Heideman Pisano, PhD

Associate Dean, Global & Experiential Learning
Stevenson University

Rebecca Pisano has worked in the field of education abroad since 2001. She is the Associate Dean, Global & Experiential Learning at Stevenson University. Previously she was the Director of International Programs at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito and the Director of Study Abroad at Towson University. She additionally has worked at New York University, the University of California-Los Angeles, and Chapman University. Rebecca has presented at conferences including NAFSA, Forum, and CIEE, and served on the NAFSA Trainer Corps. Rebecca holds a B.A. from Miami University (Ohio), a M.A. from George Washington University, and a Ph.D. from UCLA.

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Liz Shearer

Director, Study Abroad Office
Towson University

Liz Shearer is the Director for Study Abroad at Towson University in Maryland and has been an education abroad advocate for 20+ years. In her current role, she's responsible for policy administration, health and safety, program development and assessment, strategic planning, and implementation of TU’s study abroad goals. Liz has held several leadership positions in NAFSA including EA KC Liaison for Region VIII and Workshop Dean Mentor. She is also the co-founder of BMore Abroad - an organization operating within the Baltimore region to increase access to study abroad for local students and engage professionals in the education abroad field.

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