Wendi L. Carman (M.Ed. 2006)

Wendi has been a Senior Education Specialist for the past 15 years with the American Institutes for Research where she is project director for international education and youth programming, including youth violence prevention in the Latin America and Caribbean region.

 

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Nigar Khan (Ed.D. 2012)

I recently retired from the University of Massachusetts Amherst after spending more than four decades in the academic administration. My association with the School of Education goes back to the 1970’s when I had just completed a Master's degree in Political Science. It was the start of a beautiful relationship, as my career and education at the University went side by side until I completed my doctorate in 2012.

 

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Juliette Van de Geer (M.Ed. 2006)

Since graduating in 2006, Juliette has worked at the Center for International Educational Exchange (CIEE), based in Portland, ME. She has held several different positions within the organization and is currently the Director of Grant Programs.

 

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Bob Wajizigha Chulu (M.Ed. 2003, Ed.D. 2006)

Dr, Chulu served as Dean of Education at the University Malawi, Chancellor College from 2013 to 2014, as Deputy Dean of Education from 2011 to 2012, and as Head of Educational Foundations Department at the same college from 2007 to 2010. He is currently a lecturer in psychometrics in the Education Foundation Department where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses in measurement and evaluation, research methods and statistics, monitoring and evaluation and item response theory.

 

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Vanessa Mériné (M.Ed. 2008)

After completing her degree at CIE, Vanessa began working in the Admissions Office of Florida International University in Miami.  She began as a Senior Evaluator/Advisor and in 2012 she became the Assistant and then the Associate Director for Transfer and Transition Services where, among other duties, she was responsible for the redesign and management of their web site.

 

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Ola Khalili (Ed.D. 2010)

After completing her degree, Ola worked with the Ministry of Education in Ramallah, Palestine as the Head of the Assessment and Evaluation Division. In that role she designed national tests and developed teacher training programs. She is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Birzeit University.

 

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Amina Davlatshoeva (Ed.D. 2014)

Since early 2015 Amina has been working as the Group Strategic Manager for Development, Research and Planning with the Infinity Holding Group in Abu Dhabi, UAE.  In that role she is charged with developing a road map for the company in Abu Dhabi and preparing them for EXPO 2021. She is responsible for developing E-commerce and Smart Applications with businesses and semi-government entities in UAE. She is also engaged as a core trainer on financial literacy and business startup activity with Qnet Ltd.

 

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Ayman Khalifah (Ed.D. 2009)

Before beginning my studies at CIE, I worked as science teacher with UNRWA in Palestinian refugee camps. I also worked as a lecturer at Al Quds Open University teaching Educational Psychology, Creative Thinking and Coexisting with Technology courses. In addition I worked as an educational researcher with the private sector where I had the opportunity to train teachers in the use of technology in teaching.

 

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Ashley Clayton Hertz (Ed.D. 2017)

Husband and wife CIE graduates, Ashley Clayton Hertz and Darren Hertz, recently relocated to Bangkok, Thailand. Ashley completed her doctorate in September 2017 and is now consulting remotely with the University Research Co, LLC supporting Reading within Reach (REACH) to develop tools and resources for members of the Global Reading Network.

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Kimberly Parekh (Ed.S. 2019)

Hi CIE family!

 

I came to CIE to better understand nonformal and complementary education for children, having previously worked in implementing such programs for various national and international NGOs in South Asia. Fortunately, I was able to do just that, as well as forge meaningful and lasting relationships with faculty and classmates! I began as an Ed.D. student and candidate from 2006-2009 and graduated with an Ed.S. in 2019.

 

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