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  • Camila Dossantos

    Camila Dossantos

    High Point University, US. Camila has joined High Point University in North Carolina as an International Admissions Counselor. Camila received a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from The College of New Jersey. She then obtained a Master of Education in School Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and was a high school counselor in the public school system before joining High Point. Camila passionately believes in helping students access higher education. She is excited to apply this passion towards her work with international students interested in studying in the US and to share the High Point experience with all prospective students.

    Moved: August 2015
  • brett blacker

    Brett Blacker

    English Australia, Australia. Brett has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of English Australia. Previously, the President of the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA), this role and his previous work with Perth Education City have provided him with a depth of experience in the leadership of membership based organisations with an international education focus. Brett also brings with him the insights and knowledge of the industry gained through his leadership of the international offices of Newcastle and Murdoch Universities, and through his work across all education sectors as a senior manager with OSHC Worldcare, Mondial Assistance (Allianz Global Assistance).

    Moved: August 2015
  • Janet Ilieva

    Janet Ilieva

    Education Insight, UK. Janet is founder and director of Education Insight, a research consultancy specialising in the internationalisation of global higher education. Janet started her career as a university lecturer before joining the British Council in 2004, to lead the department for higher education research and market intelligence. Under her leadership, the British Council published a number of widely cited reports and publications, including the “Shape of things to come” which informed institutional and national strategies on international higher education. Janet then took up position of Head of the HEFCE Observatory. There, she published various studies on international student demand for higher education in England, and analysis of pathways that international students use when embarking on higher education studies.

    Moved: June 2015
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