Pamela brings 18 years of experience in international education with expertise in program and curriculum development, intercultural teaching and learning, and student services.
Her research focuses on academic women’s careers and the global professoriate, the ethics of student mobility programs, and access and inclusion in education abroad.
She has designed and led short-term exchange programs for undergraduate students and for faculty/staff to South Africa, Rwanda, New Zealand, and Canada.
Pamela is also an accomplished entrepreneur and loves helping social impact non-profit organizations grow and achieve their goals—changing lives by creating more equitable, healthier, and more resilient communities.
She holds a BSc in Kinesiology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, MA in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies from Virginia Tech, and a PhD in Adult Education from Michigan State University.