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BASAA Fall Meeting

 

2019 BASAA Fall Meeting

Friday, December 6
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

EdOdyssey
WeWork, 1 Lincoln St
24th Floor, Boston, MA 02111

Registration for this event is CLOSED.
Registration is REQUIRED for this event due to building security. All attendees must have a photo ID ready to present at check-in. Please note parking is limited, we recommend taking public transportation if possible.
Coffee and light refreshments will be served.

Topic: New Directions in Education Abroad: Talking Gen Z, Diversity & Inclusion, and Career Readiness

“New Directions in Education Abroad” is an on-going collaboration started by International Studies Abroad by WorldStrides, ViaTRM, and Teens of Color Abroad (TOCA). We first delivered this workshop for the NYC Big Apple International Education community and are excited to engage with Boston colleagues!

Each presenter will deliver brief TED-style talks around GenZ, Diversity and Inclusion, Marketing and Communications, and Career Readiness. After the presentations, participants will break into smaller groups and have an opportunity to dive deeper into each subject area, with the presenter facilitating. We will close the workshop with a wider group discussion to unpack the morning, pose questions/challenges/affirmations and offer additional thoughts for “New Directions in Education Abroad”.

Presenters:
Sara Dart: Associate VP, University Partnerships at ISA
Suzanne Fils-Aime: Regional Director, University Partnerships at ISA
Micaela Mathre: Director of Marketing & Client Experience at ViaTRM
Candace Ricks: Regional Director at ISA
Malaika Marable Serrano: VP for Diversity and Inclusion at WorldStrides
Lamar Shambley: Founder and Executive Director at Teens of Color Abroad

Schedule:
9:00am-9:15am: Arrival and Registration (coffee and light breakfast available)
9:15am-9:30am: Welcome
9:30am-11:30am: “New Directions in Education Abroad” Presentation
11:30am-12:00pm: Networking

 

Thank you to our sponsor and generous host!

EdOdyssey

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