Hannah Huber feels strongly about the relevance and impact educational and intercultural exchange offers. Attesting to this, she’s held executive positions at the nexus of American and Dutch higher education for a majority of her career.
Karen M. Lauridsen is an associate professor (emerita) and educational developer at Aarhus University (Denmark), specialising in international programmes and English Medium Instruction.
Director International Student Services Vancouver Island University (VIU) and International Education Consultant
Kate Jennings has worked in International Education in a variety of capacities at five different institutions in Canada over the past 20+ years. In addition to her professional role at VIU, Kate is also Network Leader for NAFSA’s International Education Leadership Knowledge Community (IEL-KC).
Independent Consultant, Trainer and Researcher in Higher Education specialising in Strategic Change (development and execution of strategic plans in academic settings, strategic curriculum design and delivery, organisational reform and renewal), and Internationalisation (strategic development, delivery and management, stakeholder engagement)
Associate Director at the Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation (CHEI) at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy
Rayya Ghul works at the Institute for Academic Development at the University of Edinburgh where she takes the lead on embedding inclusivity and decolonisation of the curriculum for higher education teachers. She is a UK National Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellow of Advance HE. Rayya is a first generation Scot of refugee parents from Eastern Europe and the Middle East.