Associate Dean of International Programs
AnneLiese Busch has a BA in French and History and a BS in Political Science from Santa Clara University, and an MA in International Affairs from New York University. She lived in Lima, Peru from 2009-2015, where she was the director of the Center for American Education at the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola and the dean of Broward College in Peru.
Dean of International Education
At Broward College David is responsible for the creation and development of academic affiliations, articulations, and exchanges with colleges and universities overseas, as well as overseeing study abroad programs. He also serves Broward College as the liaison to the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and School (SACS).
Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dr. Vilma Elisa Fuentes serves as the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs at Santa Fe College where she provides leadership for the College’s international education and baccalaureate programs. She has directed or helped administer multiple federal grants with an international focus, including a Capacity Building Grant, 100,000 Strong in the Americas grant, and 10 Community College Administrator Programs (CCAPs).
Assistant Director, Collaborative Online Learning
Gabriela Méndez is Assistant Director of Florida International University’s Office of Collaborative Online International Learning (FIU COIL). She holds a Master’s in Information Technology Management from Tecnológico de Monterrey and has worked in different aspects of online education such as course design, technology implementation, and teaching both at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Director, Collaborative Online International Learning
Stephanie Doscher, Ed.D., Director of Florida International University’s Office of Collaborative Online International Learning (FIU COIL), is contributing editor and co-author of The Guide to COIL Virtual Exchange (Stylus, 2022) and co-author of Making Global Learning Universal: Promoting Inclusion and Success for All Students (Stylus & NAFSA, 2018), comprehensive handbooks for engaging all undergraduates in collaborative global problem solving with diverse others.