Rebecca Johnson (she/her), a Korean-American, shares how she creates more inclusive, sustainable international programs and resources on campus as the only study abroad staff of color across her university.
Krittika Onsanit (she/her), a first-generation Thai-American, shares how her experience as a volunteer English teacher in her parents’ home country inspired her to work to support international students struggling to adjust cross-culturally.
URep Abroad interviewed Kwan Segal (she/her), CEO and Founder of ICAway, on how she used her experience as a Thai international student to develop customized training programs to help international students prepare to enter the U.S. professional world.
Ujjaini Sahasrabudhe (she/her) shares her experience building her international education career after relocating to the United States.
URep Abroad interviewed Lindsay Kamakahi (she/her) about being a Native Hawaiian and Chinese Global Strategist in International Education.
Samantha Deleon (she/her) shares her career journey as a first-generation Filipino American working in international education.
Felix Wang (he/him) shares his experience as an Associate Director in International Education.
Sallie Ly (she/her)shares her experience as a Korean American working in international education.
Michael Tseng (he/him/his) shares his experience as a Chinese American English as a second language (ESL) lecturer.