We believe in what we do.
Cultural Vistas brings together a wealth of talent, diverse backgrounds, and an array of experience to every project.
We believe that a commitment to cultural understanding is the key to sustained success in today’s global society. Collectively, our staff speaks more than 20 different languages. For many of us, it has been the impact of our own personal and professional experiences abroad that have led us to careers in international exchange.
We aim to share with others the experience of traveling to another country and absorbing its culture. We believe deeply in the value of international education and the meaningful impact of intercultural exchange. This is central to what we do every day.
Jennifer Clinton, Ph.D.
President and CEO
Jennifer has devoted her career to international education and business because of a deep passion for bridging cultures, people, and ideas. She is best known for developing, implementing, and managing bold organizational transitions, as well as helping individuals and nonprofits to realize their full potential.
Jennifer joined Cultural Vistas, a nonprofit exchange organization that annually provides global skill-building experiences for over 6,000 individuals and organizations in the United States and more than 135 countries every year, as its President and CEO in November 2017.
Prior to joining Cultural Vistas, she served for five-and-a-half years as President and CEO of Global Ties U.S., where she led a grassroots network of 120 community-based organizations in 45 states and 21 countries around the world that engage 40,000 volunteers who implement public diplomacy and international exchange programs in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State.
Prior to Global Ties U.S., Jennifer held leadership roles at the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, the Telecommunications Industry Association, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
Jennifer serves on the boards of Women’s Foreign Policy Group, the Alliance for International Exchange, and Open DC.
She earned her executive MBA at the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business; Ph.D. in French Literature at the University of California, Davis; and her bachelor’s degree in political science and French from Marquette University. Jennifer grew up outside of Detroit and lives in Maryland with her husband and son.
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Chief Financial Officer
Megan serves as the Chief Financial Officer at Cultural Vistas.
She joined Cultural Vistas (then CDS International) in 2007 where she started working part time in accounting and part time doing program work. Working on the programmatic side gave her a greater understanding of the value of international exchange. During her tenure, she has since worked her way through the finance department in various roles from Accounting Manager, Accounting Director, Controller, and now CFO. Through her time spent at Cultural Vistas she has grown passionate about non-profit accounting and reporting.
Megan holds a masters degree in Accountancy from Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick, NJ. She also has a certificate in Not-For-Profit Accounting and Governmental Reporting from NYU-SPS. She received her bachelors degree in Mathematics from Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.
Senior Vice President, Program Research, Partnerships and Innovation
Dan serves as the Senior Vice President for Program Research, Partnerships and Innovation, and the National Secretary of the United States affiliate of the International Association of the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE).
He has been with the organization (as AIPT) since 1994, including stints as Director of Career Development Exchanges, Director of Program Development and Vice President of Programs and Sales. Previously, Dan served as the Director of Internships for The Washington Center, where he managed the organization’s business, economics, health and science placements, and was a teaching associate for its foreign policy seminars. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member for the organization since 1991, co-leading a college-level course on research methodology and writing. Additionally, Dan has been a student advisor at the University of Washington in Seattle, and Director of Personnel for Federal Business Centers in Edison, New Jersey.
Dan also currently acts as the Treasurer and founding member of the Board of Directors of the Global Pathways Project, a nonprofit organization that helps expose inner-city Baltimore youth to international events and opportunities.
He has presented at a number of national conferences of NAFSA, the American Society of Experiential Education, the Clean Energy Workforce Education Council, the American Academy of Science, the Cooperative Education International Association, the Chilean-American Chamber of Commerce, AMCHAM Brazil, AMCHAM Vietnam, the National Career Conference and the Intercultural Management Institute.
Dan holds a masters degree in geography from the University of Washington in Seattle, and a bachelor’s degree in international studies and Asian studies from American University in Washington, D.C.
Vice President, Development
Anna brings 22 years of experience in Development to our leadership team. She is a strategic thinker and connector who has made significant impacts at the organizations where she has worked. Most recently, she led Development as the Associate Vice President of Fundraising Operations at CARE USA, one of the largest humanitarian organizations operating in the world. Prior to that Anna served as Chief Advancement Officer at the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International in central East Africa and as a Deputy Director of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF among others.
Anna is no stranger to intercultural experiences, she has taught English to Business Professionals in Germany and speaks German, spending time annually there with her family. Anna is also a published singer, songwriter, and recording artist.
Anna holds a BA in English with a minor in Written Communications from the College of Charleston and a Master of Divinity (summa cum laude) from Emory University.
Jung Ran Lim
Vice President, Global Talent Development Programs
Jung Ran Lim has joined Cultural Vistas as Vice President of Global Talent Development Programs, bringing close to 20 years of progressive leadership experience in the international education and experiential learning arenas. She has developed and implemented a wide range of global internship and fellowship programs supported by corporations, foundations, and government agencies from the U.S., South Korea, Japan, Mexico, Panama, and many others. She has deep experience with the Department of State’s BridgeUSA intern/trainee program.
Jung has a demonstrated track record of developing and cultivating win-win partnerships. Most recently as the Vice President of Federal and Customized Initiatives at The Washington Center, Jung has built a staffing structure for sustainability and scalability and significantly expanded her portfolio of federal grant/contract programs more than doubling its annual revenue over the past few years. These programs focused on expanding the pipeline of diverse talent for the federal government through internship and fellowship programs.
As a Korean-American, Jung came to the U.S. after completing her graduate studies in International Studies at Yonsei University. She has a deep appreciation and passion for helping individuals grow personally and professionally through global experiential learning opportunities. She has played a key role in developing and measuring learning outcomes to equip participants with the skills and competencies that are required to address social challenges and make a social impact on their community.
Jung, a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, has completed both the American Express Leadership Academy and the National Society for Experiential Education Academy. She is also very active in international and local Korean-American organizations and serves on the board of the National Association of Asian American Professionals, Washington, DC.
Vice President, Transatlantic Relations & Social Impact
In his role as Vice President for Transatlantic Relations & Social Impact at Cultural Vistas, William oversees various European-U.S. exchange programs, new program development, and alumni services.
William joined Cultural Vistas (then CDS International) in 2005, initially working on the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals and the International Co-op Program. Since then, he has managed numerous fellowships, study tours, internship experiences, and other international initiatives that foster greater understanding among cultures while cultivating socially-minded global leaders. In 2013, he left Cultural Vistas’ New York office to open and expand our European Office, located in Berlin, Germany.
William has represented Cultural Vistas at various international conferences including the European Association for International Education, the Global Internship Conference, the National Academic Advising Association, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, NAFSA, and others. He holds a degree in international relations from Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland.
Vice President, Digital Strategy and Technology
Michael is the Vice President of Digital Strategy and Technology, a role designed to help shape the organization’s use of technology to more effectively fulfill its mission.
He has a proven track record of successfully leading product strategy and development for startup and fast-growth companies.
Michael brings over 20 years of extensive product development experience from across several industries to Cultural Vistas, most recently serving as the Head of Product at Avenu Insights. Previously, he also led product and technology strategy for 3Pillar Global, Engagepoint, and Oracle.
Over the course of his career, he has demonstrated a proven ability for introducing innovation as a business differentiator, as well as scaling products and teams to support organizational business goals
Michael holds an MBA degree from Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of New Orleans.
Board of Directors
A diverse and dynamic board.
Cultural Vistas’ Board of Directors guides the overall philosophy and direction of the organization and reflects the global reach of our programs and initiatives. Our accomplished board includes former ambassadors, leaders of the NGO and business communities, university administrators and professionals who closely monitor government relations, organizational policy, finance and programs.
Cultural Vistas’ board members are committed to the common goal of enhancing careers and building cultural understanding through life-changing exchange experiences.
David Berry is a Founding Partner in the San Francisco office of Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP. Mr. Berry’s practice has encompassed every aspect of international corporate immigration, and currently focuses on working with human resources and global mobility professionals to optimize their companies’ worldwide immigration programs. He helps companies address the worldwide challenges of global compliance, and has worked with major corporations to build out compliant visitor visa programs. David is currently Chairperson of the Immigration Forum of Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (WERC). Mr. Berry served as Assistant Professor of Immigration Law at Hastings College of Law, University of California, in an adjunct faculty position. He holds a Juris Doctorate from Antioch School of Law, a Bachelor of Arts from University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and is admitted to the State Bar of California. He has served on the board of directors at Cultural Vistas since 2018.
Sharon Chae Haver is a Client Service Lead, at Slalom Consulting, a modern consulting firm focused on strategy, technology, and business transformation. Previously, she served as a Principle Account Executive for Business Talent Group, a consulting firm that leverages the emerging “human cloud” of high caliber, independent consultants to solve client’s problems faster and better. Prior to her role there, she worked at Deloitte as a Senior Manager for Global Clients & Industries. She holds a Master of Public Policy in Business & Government from the Harvard Kennedy School and dual degrees in International Studies & Business from the University of Pennsylvania’s Huntsman Program (Wharton & SAS).
Lisa Cohen has 25 years of experience in international education and intercultural exchange. She served five years each as the chief of training at US Peace Corps headquarters in Washington and as the director of global training for AFS Intercultural Programs’ international headquarters in New York. At AFS, Lisa helped to launch the design of an Intercultural Learning curriculum for the global network and led a redesign of the leadership curriculum for country directors. At Peace Corps, she co-founded an initiative around Intercultural Competence, Diversity & Inclusion to bring transformational learning opportunities to staff teams around the globe. Lisa’s areas of interest include organizational development, instructional design, and the linkage of intercultural skill-building with equity and inclusion efforts. She earned her coaching certification in 2018 and coaches mid-career women with global and non-profit careers. She also co-hosts a monthly roundtable about race and is a facilitator and consultant for Conversations about Race & Belonging.
Bernard Coleman is the Head of Employee Engagement at Gusto where he leads efforts which encompass the diversity, equity and inclusion, employee relations and people integrity, governance and compliance functions. Previously, he was the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) at Uber Technologies Inc. Prior to Uber, Bernard led Hillary for America’s D&I and HR initiatives, as the first-ever Chief Diversity and Human Resources Officer in U.S. history for any presidential campaign and political party. Bernard’s written for Forbes, Catalyst, SHRM and his insights have appeared in the Nasdaq Government Clearinghouse and the Huffington Post. Bernard holds an M.B.A. from Trinity University, a B.A. in psychology from Hampton University, a Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management certification from Georgetown University, and is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. He serves as an Ambassador for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and has been a member of the board of Cultural Vistas since 2018.
Rekha Grennan is an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategist who has unique multi-sector, multi-industry expertise. She is currently a Senior ESG Advisor at Edelman where she provides strategic services to clients across the firm and within a new specialized practice. She has developed ESG related programs in politics, government, non-profit, start-up and corporate enterprises and is a believer in the power of partnerships and stakeholder collaboration to achieve long-term value and economic inclusion. Prior to joining Edelman, Rekha was a Director of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Strategy at Cisco Systems Inc. Rekha has held leadership roles at Pfizer, Inc. where she supported enterprise-wide sustainability alongside management of signature initiatives, including a global pro-bono employee volunteerism program. Passionate about social good and public service; Rekha has worked in U.S. presidential politics and was a Senior Communications Officer at USAID. Rekha holds a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a degree from Boston University in International Affairs and Environmental Policy and Analysis.
Christian Hänel most recently served as Senior Vice President Future Issues and Foundation Development at the Robert Bosch Stiftung in Stuttgart, Germany. He brings almost two decades of experience in philanthropy in various management and advisory roles. Christian has headed International Relations departments at the Robert Bosch Stiftung, developing and overseeing the foundation’s portfolio in America, Asia, Europe, Middle East and North Africa. As Senior Vice President Future Issues and Foundation Development, his tasks included challenges and opportunities for the impact ecosystem in the nonprofit sector, digitization, sustainable alumni networks, agile structures, and strategic foresight. He has led the strategic implementation and evaluation of international and transnational partnerships and programs in topic areas such as civil society, governance, promoting Europe, international affairs and global issues, education and cultural exchange. Christian holds a M.A. in history and economics from the Universität Bielefeld and Johns Hopkins University.
James Lambert serves as Secretary for Hemispheric Affairs (SHA) of the Organization of American States. Before joining the OAS, Lambert served for 33 years as a Canadian diplomat and Ambassador. As a leading expert on Latin America and the Caribbean in the Government of Canada, he served in Costa Rica, Japan, and Mexico, before becoming Ambassador to Guatemala and El Salvador in 2002. In Ottawa, Lambert held positions of Director General of Latin America and the Caribbean and Director General of Public Diplomacy. Between 2010 and 2015, he was appointed Canadian Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Permanent Representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. He holds a Master of Arts (M.A.) in International Relations and Affairs from Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton U. and a degree in History from Queen’s University.
Philip C. Lauinger, Jr. is the former chairman and chief executive officer, and a director of PennWell Publishing Company (now PennWell Corp.), an international publisher of business and trade magazines based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He served in senior management capacities in this family owned company for almost 30 years and was CEO from 1970 to 1992. A life member of American Business Media, he served as the trade association’s director from 1972 to 1992 and as chairman of its board of directors from 1979-1980. Today, Mr. Lauinger is the co-chair of the advisory council of Global Ties U.S., a counselor of Meridian International Center, a director of the American Committees on Foreign Relations, an advisory counselor to the Georgetown University Library, as well as the chairman of the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations. Mr. Lauinger holds an AB in economics and philosophy from Georgetown University. He is a recipient of the McAllister Fellowship Award at Northwestern University’s Medill Graduate School of Journalism.
Aslam Masood serves as Chief Financial Officer of Kabafusion, a series of accredited home infusion specialty pharmacies serving over 40 states across the country. Prior to his current role, Mr. Masood served as Chief Financial Officer of Crescent Healthcare, Inc. a home infusion and healthcare company, and MAAS Medical, LLC, a company for the development and manufacturing of Advanced Infusion Systems. He held Senior Accounting positions at Unocal Corporation, an oil and gas company in corporate chemicals and international divisions at Los Angeles Corporate Headquarters, and Unocal E&P Company in Baku, Azerbaijan (formerly Soviet Union). He holds an MBA in Accounting & Finance from Woodbury University and a BA in Accounting from Northeastern Illinois University.
Kendra Mirasol is the former CEO of Seattle-based VitalTalk, a nonprofit communication training firm serving clinicians who manage patients living with serious illness. Previously, she was co-owner and President of IOR Global Services headquartered in Chicago for 12 years. At both organizations, she led their growth strategy, managed day-to-day operations, secured their financial strength, and improved their organizational cultures. Over the span of her career, she has served as a thought leader on the importance of communication skills and managing differences in a variety of intercultural settings. Her earlier career involved stints as Director at RR Donnelley & Sons in Chicago, Siemens AG in Berlin and McGraw-Hill Publishing in Los Angeles. She holds an MBA in Finance & Accounting from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BA in German Literature from the University of California – Irvine. She has served on the board of Cultural Vistas since 2015.
Dr. N. Joyce Payne founded the nationally-recognized Thurgood Marshall College Fund. She has served as Executive Director of the National Alliance for Public Trust and as Vice President of the Office for the Advancement of Public Black Colleges. Previously, Dr. Payne was the president of Global Systems, Inc. and a senior staff member under the Carter administration with the President’s Advisory Committee for Women; President’s National Advisory Council on Women’s Education Programs, and the White House Conference on Families. She also served on the distinguished Foreign Service Performance Evaluation Boards at the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Dr. Payne has a bachelor’s in speech pathology from the former District of Columbia Teachers College and earned her master’s and doctorate in education from the former Atlanta University. An authority on women’s issues in higher education and labor force participation, Dr. Payne received a Presidential Medal from Delaware State University and holds honorary doctorates from Lincoln University of Missouri, Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Kentucky State University, University of the District of Columbia and Central State University.
Jeffrey Reinke serves as chief of staff to the president as well as secretary of the corporation as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher dedicated to being a resource for its members, government officials, business executives, journalists, educators and students, civic and religious leaders, and other interested citizens in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries. He joined CFR in 1994 as part of the Corporate Program staff, and also worked in CFR’s Meetings Program and Executive Office, where he served as director of special projects. He has served on the board of directors of Cultural Vistas since 2011, and currently serves as Chairman of the Board. He holds an MA in South Asia Regional Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and a BSFS in International Affairs from Georgetown University.
Jackie Renner has been President of C. F. Martin & Co. since 2015 where she is responsible for providing leadership and management of the global operations for the Pennsylvania-based company. She previously served as President of Franke Consumer Products, Inc., a subsidiary of Franke AG, a privately held Swiss company. At Franke, she was responsible for Franke’s consumer business in North and South America, for both the Franke and KWC brands used in the luxury home market. Prior to Franke, she served as the President of Ecowater Systems, LLC, a Marmon / Berkshire Hathaway Company and has also held leadership roles as President of Well Lamont Corporation and at Thermo Fisher Scientific as Vice President and General Manager of Fisher Science Education. She is a patented chemist who began her career over 30 years, working at Olin Corporation, Johnson Matthey PLC, and later at FMC Corporation. She earned a B.A. in Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. in Management from New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business. She has served on the Cultural Vistas board of directors since 2006.
Roy J. Salamé brings more than 30 years of extensive global investment, risk management, and leadership experience to Cultural Vistas. Roy most recently served as Managing Director and Head of the Global Investment Opportunities Group (GIO) at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. Prior to his leadership of GIO, Roy served in roles as Vice Chairman of Global Commodities as well as the Managing Director and Global Head of Sales. Before joining J.P. Morgan, Roy was a Managing Director and Head of Global Natural Resources Sales and Origination at Lehman Brothers. Previously, Roy spent nearly 14 years at Goldman Sachs and worked at Citigroup for more than 10 years as VP and Head of Marketing for the Financial Institutions Group for the Middle East Africa Division. Roy also serves on the Board of B*CURED, a nonprofit dedicated to funding cutting-edge research to cure brain cancer. Roy is Co-Chair of the Advisory Board for the JPMorgan Center for Commodities at the University of Colorado, Denver. He holds a Baccalaureate in Math and Science from the Lycee Chateaubriand in Rome, Italy as well as a BA in Economics with distinction and an MBA in Finance and Investment, both from George Washington University.
Susan Stella is Head of Investor Relations and ESG for venture capital firm Activate Capital where she oversees all investor engagement and IR activities, marketing and communications as well as ESG initiatives across the firm. Previously, Susan provided strategic consulting to the private equity and venture capital industry. Her clients include multi-billion-dollar private equity funds, up-and-coming venture funds, and industry associations. Prior, she a was Principal and Director with Knightsbridge Advisers, Director of the Thunderbird Global Private Equity Center, Marketing Co-Chair of the Thunderbird Independent Alumni Association, and Partner at Venture Archetypes, a strategic advisory firm. Her background also includes professional assignments with Intel; the German Ministry of Economics and Labor; Roland Berger Strategy Consultants in Germany; and the United Nations—as part of a three-year stint living and working in Mongolia. A 2003-2004 alumna of the Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program, Susan holds a BA from Drake University and an MBA in International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management. She is proficient in both German and Mongolian.
Jim Thomas, one of the payments industry’s leading data innovators and analytics experts, founded Itemize in 2012, a FinTech data extraction engine used by smart business executives seeking to transform purchase documents, such as receipts and invoices, into data for their accounting and expense tracking needs. Based on his expertise in Payments data, he recognized that harnessing receipt and invoice details would require innovative thinking and new technologies. In previous positions, James launched MasterCard’s payments data and information business and has advised leading global banks and payments companies on data analytics and monetization strategies. James has served as a Vice President at First Manhattan Consulting Group, as well as held positions at Morgan Stanley and Booz-Allen. James holds a BA in Economics and German from Franklin and Marshall, a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University, and an MBA from Columbia Business School. He has served on the Cultural Vistas board of directors since 2014.
Ann-Janette (A.J.) Fuentes Twombly currently works as the Director of Sales for Visit.org, a certified B Corporation that helps companies discover & book hundreds of carefully curated social impact team experiences led by & benefiting local nonprofits and social ventures. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU Stern School of Business. A.J. is a member of the Truman National Security Project Defense Council and serves as a member of the Cultural Vistas National Board of Directors as well as the Hispanic Heritage Foundation National Board of Directors. Previously, A.J. held management roles in the New York offices of Mobilize, LinkedIn, and American Express. She also worked at Goldman Sachs as a Private Wealth Advisor and was a Term Member at the Council of Foreign Relations. Prior to joining the private sector, Ms. Fuentes Twombly served three undercover tours with the CIA, including a tour in Afghanistan. Before joining the CIA, she was a U.S. Senate staffer with Senator Lieberman’s Governmental Affairs Committee. She has an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School and a BA in English and Creative Writing, with a French minor from Trinity College-Hartford.
Howard A. Wallack is the Deputy Chief Human Resources & Administrative Officer in Global Human Resources (GHR) at Jhpiego, an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University. Howard spearheads the organization’s leadership development program and shares responsibility for management and oversight of global HR functions. Previously, he held senior-level international positions in human resources, training and development, global business development, and project management at organizations including the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Goodwill Industries International, the US Peace Corps, and the Center for International Private Enterprise. Howard holds an MA in International Affairs from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University; an MSc in International Human Resources and Globalization from the University of Leicester; and an AB in Anthropology and Spanish from Hamilton College. Howard was an Eisenhower Fellow in Argentina and is multilingual.
Alfa Fellowship Program
Melissa Graves, Program Director
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals [CBYX]
Daniel Villanueva, Sr. Director
Max Flescher, Sr. Program Officer
Colin Ackerman, Program Officer
Fiona Laux, Program Officer
Courtney Cox, Program Assistant
Exchange Visitor and Grant Programs
Paul Champaloux, Sr. Director of Exchange Visitor and Grant Programs
International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP)
Steven Washington, Assistant Program Director
Chelsea Beaulieu, Sr. Program Officer
Rachel Reed, Sr. Program Officer
Jamila Barger, Assistant Program Officer
Caitlyn Schmitt, Assistant Program Officer
Edmund S. Muskie Professional Fellowship Program
Anastasiia Futrell, Assistant Director
Alex Kurki, Program Officer
Samuel Carruthers, Assistant Program Officer
Ivana Dervishi, Communications Coordinator
Professional Visitor Exchanges
Dawn Davis, Director, Citizen Ambassadors Program
Global Talent Development Programs
(Train USA J-1 U.S. Internship + Training Programs, Cultural Vistas Fellowship, Global Internship Programs, IAESTE, Japan Internship for the Development of Young Leaders, Korea WEST, STEM Launch, Custom Internship Placement Programs)
Jung Lim, Vice President, Global Talent Development Programs
Nancy Ongstad, Senior Director, Global Talent Development Programs
Sarah Hocevar, Director of BridgeUSA Operations
Caroline Gillam, Director of J-1 Compliance and Training
Coco Lei Li, Assistant Director
Christine Paiva, Senior Program Manager, Client Engagement
Cyn Rowan, Senior Program Manager
Erin Merritt, Program Manager
Wenonah Echelard, Program Manager
Stacy Macceca, Program Specialist
Katriya Burkdoll, Program Specialist
Christine Stephens-Bez, Program Specialist
Kristina Colevas, Administrative Assistant
Program Development & Indo-Pacific Programs
Dan Ewert, Senior Vice President, Program Research, Partnerships and Innovation
Courtney Nelson, Senior Director, Program and Strategic Development
Phoebe Heibeck, Senior Program Development Officer
Steven Hendrickson, Program Development Officer
Heather Schloss, Program Development Officer
Keenan Toure, Program Development Officer
Andrea Capere, Communications Coordinator
Haley Clemson, Program Development Assistant
Selena Hall, Program Development Assistant
Note: Keenan Toure serves as IAESTE USA National Secretary.
Will Maier, Vice President, Transatlantic Relations and Social Impact
Jan Tasci, Director of European Exchanges & Program Development
Matthias Neureither, Program Manager
Alexandra Drexler, Program Officer, Parlamentarisches Patenschafts-Programm (PPP)
Doreen Paap, Program Officer, Parlamentarisches Patenschafts-Programm (PPP)
Patricia Pahlke, Program Officer, Specialty Exchanges
Hanna Eiermann, Program Assistant, Parlamentarisches Patenschafts-Programm (PPP)
Jana Wiggenhauser, Program Assistant, Parlamentarisches Patenschafts-Programm (PPP)
Christina Di Prima, Accounting Manager
Accounting + Finance
Elizabeth Bortkiewicz, Accounting Manager – Accounts Receivable
Marina Brodsky, Accounting Manager – Accounts Payable
Talia Lev, Organizational Impact & Effectiveness Manager
Anna Hutto, Vice President, External Relations
Emily Commer, Director of Alumni Engagement
Katherine Cadwallader, Director of Marketing, Communications, and Digital Giving
Alexsis Davis, Digital Communications Coordinator
Haley Waites, Assistant External Relations Officer
Laura Gross, Director of Administration, People & Culture
Rose Sommovigo, HR Generalist
IT Information Systems
Mike Hoffmann, Director of Information Systems
Robert McKnight, Systems and Support Analyst
IT Product Development
Jocelyn Davis, Salesforce Business Applications Manager
Michelle Pace, Salesforce Administrator