EducationUSA Webinar: U.S. Community Colleges: Expectation v. Reality
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About the Event
U.S. Consulate General Cape Town and EducationUSA Invites you to attend virtual information session webinar Speakers will be: Kris Toribio - Orange Coast College Kristoffer Toribio’s career in undergraduate admissions and international education started in 2008. He is currently the Manager, International Admissions for Orange Coast College, a 2-year community college in Costa Mesa, California. He previously worked for undergraduate admissions for his alma mater, the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa and the University of California, Riverside. Lin Larson - The University of Texas at Arlington Lin Larson is the Director of Student Recruitment in the Dean’s Office, College of Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington. In this position, Lin is charged with creating and implementing a recruitment strategic plan to grow, diversify and increase the caliber of the applicant pool for the college within the next few years. significantly by 2020. Marci Fradkin - Valparaiso University-Director of International Outreach and Admission Marci Fradkin has lived overseas for five years and worked and traveled to over 74 countries. She is currently the Director of International Outreach and Admission at Valparaiso University. She has worked at a wide variety of institutions from Texas A&M to Drexel University, over her 20 years in international education. She has a strong understanding of the community college system, as both a 2+2 student and as someone who worked at a community college for over six years. Lisa A. Maroni Lisa A. Maroni is the Senior Associate Director of International Outreach at Shoreline Community College, located in the Greater Seattle Area in Washington State. With a decade of experience in International Education, Lisa currently leads a team that travels all over the world to help students connect to one of the top community colleges in U.S. for international students. She has lived, traveled and worked in over 60 countries.