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.

Noora A. Alie (she/her) remembers the struggles of her Arab immigrant parents and uses these early memories to support international students as they transition to their studies in the U.S.

Tanith Fowler Corsi (she/her), WASAN founder, thrive in cross-cultural and global environments while helping others to do the same.

Dr. Miguel Ayllon (he/him) shares how his Latino heritage guided him as an international educator and how valuing people over tasks helped him find his calling.

To help educators strengthen their skills in intentional and compassionate dialogue, we share why intention does not always equal impact. For the webinar “What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say.”

Samantha Deleon (she/her) shares her career journey as a first-generation Filipino American working in international education.