1. Tell us a bit about yourself. Where are you from and what were you doing before arriving at THINK Global School?
I’m from Western Pennsylvania. I went to Pennsylvania State University and have over 20 years of immigration experience, both as an in-house paralegal as well as in a law firm. I’m married and have two children.
2. What are your favorite aspects of your job?
Providing timely support to parents and students to help them book flights and get visas for each new term and location. Also, getting to visit with students, parents, and onsite staff for graduation each year.
3. What aspects of THINK Global School’s educational model do you find most appealing?
4. If you could make one major change to global education, what would it be?
Breaking down barriers to affordable or free educational opportunities, particularly in higher education.
5. Which of our core values do you feel you most embody, and why?
Kaizen – I strive to continually improve how support for travel and visas is provided to parents, students, and TGS staff
6. What is your most memorable travel experience thus far?
This is a very difficult one to narrow down, but I guess I would have to say snorkeling with stingrays in the Bahamas with my family.
7. If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?
I would love to see Machu Piccu
8. What is your favorite book and why?
I’ve read so many that it’s really hard to pick one.