Professional Certification: Recognition

Certified Education Abroad Professionals

The Forum is pleased to announce the following individuals have successfully completed The Forum’s Professional Certification in Education Abroad program. They have effectively demonstrated the ability to articulate and apply the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad, and a commitment to professional excellence and ethical conduct. In addition to earning their Professional Certification, they have also earned all their corresponding Forum Credentials.

  • Rosa Almoguera, Edualamo
  • María José Angel Mex, Lorenzo de’ Medici
  • Alejandra Barahona Castro, Universidad Veritas
  • Rebecca Baskerville, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Adrian Beaulieu, Providence College*
  • Carolyn Becker, Texas Woman’s University
  • Katie Behringer, Florida State University
  • Betsy Brewer, Beloit College
  • Mandy Brookins, DePauw University
  • Christina Brooks, Florida State University
  • Brian Brubaker, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Simone Bunse, LEAD University
  • Paige Butler, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
  • Annika Campbell, Mississippi State University
  • Laura Cano Rodriguez, Stanford University
  • Anita Casper, Bucknell University
  • Elizabeth Coder, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Aubree Compton, Left Handed English
  • Lucía Conte, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
  • Dan Creed, Normandale Community College
  • Dana Currier, The University of Chicago
  • Amelia Dietrich, The Forum on Education Abroad
  • Karl Dowling, Foundation for International Education
  • Ryan Dye, Miami University
  • Lynn Elliott, Brigham Young University
  • Stacy Fischer, Drew University
  • Amy Forsberg, Kishwaukee College
  • Kate Fox Manni, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Lisa Frauens, EPA Internships in Europe
  • Erin French, Iowa State University
  • Jason Good
  • Nick Gozik, Boston College
  • Courtney Greene, Academic Programs International (API)
  • Eowyn Greeno, University of Puget Sound
  • Megan Griffin, Florida State University
  • Katherine Hale, Western Kentucky University
  • Kline Harrison, Wake Forest University
  • Merritt Huang, American Councils for International Education
  • Ann Hubbard
  • Alisa Jackson, CIEE
  • Sue Jackson, Whitworth University*
  • Kim Justeson, Albright College
  • Yuki Kihara, Clemson University
  • Margaret Kowalsky, King’s College
  • Cara Lane-Toomey, Where There Be Dragons
  • Jonathan Larson, Grinnell College
  • Tineka Lebrun, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Ketja M. Lingenfelter, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Cheryl Lochner-Wright, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
  • Stephanie Lovseth, Principia College
  • Carolyn Lutes, Academic Programs International (API)
  • Kristen McConnell, Stetson University College of Law
  • Christina Monte, University of Massachusetts
  • Kevin Morrison, Macalester College
  • Jen Murray, Bard College
  • Mike Nelson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Ashley Neyer, University of Alabama – Birmingham
  • Alexander Nice, EPA Internships in Europe
  • Erica Nikolaisen, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Mark Odenwelder
  • Naomi Otterness, Davidson College
  • Scott Ozaroski, DePaul University
  • Heidi Piper, Griffith University
  • Elena Quarti, University of New Haven
  • Christopher Quinlan, Brigham Young University
  • Bradley Rink, University of the Western Cape
  • Diana Rosales, Centers for Interamerican Studies (CEDEI)
  • Aaron Rose, Brigham Young University
  • Michael Scharff, Limestone College
  • Oleksandra Sehin, Texas State University
  • Laura Semenow, The University of Tulsa
  • David Shallenberger, SIT Study Abroad*
  • Yin Star, Shepherd University
  • Whitney Strickler, Wake Forest University
  • Elizabeth Strong, Missouri State University
  • Jessica Sun, University of Pittsburgh
  • Jonathan Sylvia, Dartmouth College
  • Margaret Wiedenhoeft, Kalamazoo College
  • Angi Yucas, CAPA The Global Education Network

Competency Credentials

The Forum is pleased to announce the following individuals have successfully completed the requirements to earn a Competency Credential. Earners of a competency can articulate specific components of the 5th edition of the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad and apply them in various contexts.

Competency Credential Earners

Digital Badge for Competency: Foundations of Good PracticeFoundations of Good Practice in Education Abroad

  • Becca Aburakia-Einhorn, Gallaudet University
  • Cathy Lee Arcuino, Seattle Colleges
  • Allen Bertsche, Colorado College
  • Ashley Burt, University of South Carolina
  • Mayra Cardoso, Amauta Spanish School
  • Karin Chipman, Chatham University
  • Grace Cleary, Providence College
  • Trace Coats, Bucknell University
  • Abraham De La Rosa, The Forum on Education Abroad
  • Danielle Edmonson, Georgetown University
  • Paul Edwards, University of Minnesota
  • David English, Study Abroad Mendoza
  • Shanti Freitas, Macalester College
  • Megan Grover, Pacific Lutheran University
  • Sylvia Henneberg, Morehead State University/Kentucky Institute for International Studies
  • Ling Lebeau, Syracuse University
  • Daniela Martinez Kahn, University of North Georgia
  • Leonie Meijer, University of New Hampshire
  • Kevin Murphy, University of New Haven
  • Camila Nardozzi, Harvard University
  • Jonathon Porter, University of Michigan
  • Alycia M. Rivard, Stanford University
  • Callie Ronstrom, College of St. Scholastica
  • Evan Small, Elon University
  • Tynelle A. Stewart, University of Rochester
  • Donna Waldron, Campbell University
  • James West, Michigan State University
  • Jennifer White, Eastern Kentucky University

 

Digital Badge for Competency: Fundamentals of Student Preparation and Risk ManagementFundamentals of Student Preparation and Risk Management in Education Abroad

  • Karin Chipman, Chatham University
  • Trace Coats, Bucknell University
  • Paul Edwards, University of Minnesota
  • Shanti Freitas, Macalester College
  • Emily Greene, Florida State University
  • Megan Grover, Pacific Lutheran University
  • Sylvia Henneberg, Morehead State University/Kentucky Institute for International Studies
  • Janae Knipp, Centers for Interamerican Studies (CEDEI)
  • Alycia M. Rivard, Stanford University
  • Callie Ronstrom, College of St. Scholastica
  • Evan Small, Elon University
  • James West, Michigan State University

 

Digital Badge for Competency: Principles of Program Development and AdministrationPrinciples of Program Development and Administration in Education Abroad

  • Becca Aburakia-Einhorn, Gallaudet University
  • Grace Cleary, Providence College
  • Abraham De La Rosa, The Forum on Education Abroad
  • Danielle Edmonson, Georgetown University
  • Paul Edwards, University of Minnesota
  • Shanti Freitas, Macalester College
  • Emily Greene, Florida State University
  • Megan Grover, Pacific Lutheran University
  • Sylvia Henneberg, Morehead State University/Kentucky Institute for International Studies
  • Janae Knipp, Centers for Interamerican Studies (CEDEI)
  • Ling Lebeau, Syracuse University
  • Leonie Meijer, University of New Hampshire
  • Jonathon Porter, University of Michigan
  • Alycia M. Rivard, Stanford University
  • Callie Ronstrom, College of St. Scholastica
  • Claudia Sanchez, Stanford University
  • Scott Schlimgen, Academic Initiatives Abroad
  • Evan Small, Elon University
  • Tynelle A. Stewart, University of Rochester
  • James West, Michigan State University

*Indicates retirement

Forum Credentials

The Forum is pleased to announce the following individuals have successfully completed the requirements to earn a Forum Credential. Earners of a competency can articulate specific components of the 6th edition of the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad and apply them in various contexts.

Forum Credential Earners

Framing the Standards of Good Practice

  • Mark Barneche, Pepperdine University
  • Chris Elliott, University of Virginia
  • Alba Frascarelli, University of Arizona
  • Nicole Fuls. University of Florida
  • Emily Gorlewski, Wesleyan University
  • Alicia LeBlanc, Etoile Institut de Langue
  • Karen McBride, University of Dayton
  • Lauren O’Leary, Connecticut College
  • Margherita Pasquini, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Daniela Rodríguez Gutiérrez, Universidad de Monterrey
  • Wayne Sneath, Davenport University
  • Wendy Viggiano, Stetson University
  • David Wick, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
  • Catherine Winnie

 

Program Design

  • Nicole Fuls. University of Florida
  • Emily Gorlewski, Wesleyan University
  • Alicia LeBlanc, Etoile Institut de Langue
  • Margherita Pasquini, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Daniela Rodríguez Gutiérrez, Universidad de Monterrey
  • Wayne Sneath, Davenport University
  • Catherine Winnie

 

Program Management

  • Nicole Fuls. University of Florida
  • Alicia LeBlanc, Etoile Institut de Langue
  • Karen McBride, University of Dayton
  • Margherita Pasquini, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Daniela Rodríguez Gutiérrez, Universidad de Monterrey
  • Catherine Winnie

 

 

Health Safety & Well-Being

  • Alicia LeBlanc, Etoile Institut de Langue
  • Margherita Pasquini, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Catherine Winnie

 

 

 

Student Learning & Development I

  • Alicia LeBlanc, Etoile Institut de Langue
  • Margherita Pasquini, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Daniela Rodríguez Gutiérrez, Universidad de Monterrey
  • Catherine Winnie

 

 

Student Learning & Development II

  • Alicia LeBlanc, Etoile Institut de Langue
  • Karen McBride, University of Dayton
  • Catherine Winnie

 

 

 

 


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Scholarship support for the Professional Certification Program is provided by membership and a generous donation from Sara’s Wish Foundation.

 

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