Dr. Paige Butler is scholar-practitioner of higher and international education, and has worked in both public and private sectors in administrative and teaching roles since 2003. Butler joined the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, CA in 2015 where she is an Assistant Professor of International Education Management. Butler teaches graduate courses in Education Abroad Management, Program Design & Assessment, Student Development Theory, and Budgeting, among other courses. Prior to joining MIIS, Professor Butler was in Phoenix, Arizona where she served as the Director of Academic Affairs and the Director of Faculty-Led and Custom Programs at CEA. Paige also worked as an administrator at Arizona State University, where she was an affiliated faculty and held various administrative positions in study abroad, student development, academic affairs and first-year success programs. Butler earned her Ed.D. in Higher Education from Arizona State University, an M.Ed. in Postsecondary and Higher Education from ASU, and has a BA from Cornell College (IA) in Psychology and Spanish. Butler is a product of education abroad, first participating in an exchange as a high school student to Eastern Europe. Butler has lived, studied, traveled and worked in more than 25 countries around the world.