Associate Vice President for Global Learning and Leadership Development, Agnes Scott College
Elaine Meyer-Lee, Associate VP for Global Learning and Leadership Development and Professor of Psychology at Agnes Scott College, has been a senior academic administrator and international/intercultural leadership/diversity and inclusion educator for 18 years. She has also assessed intercultural higher education at the Harvard/Facing History Project, Boston College, Yale, Cambridge College, and Saint Mary’s College, since earning her doctorate in human development and psychology from Harvard. She has written chapters for Out There Learning: Critical Reflections on off-campus study programs (2019, University of Toronto Press), Assessing International Education: Theory, Tools, and Practice, (2015, Stylus Press) and A Guide to Outcomes Assessment in Education Abroad (2007, Forum on Education Abroad) among other publications, has given numerous invited talks and juried presentations, serves often as an external evaluator, and is the immediate past President and chair of the Board of NAFSA: The Association of International Educators. She has also served on national advisory boards for Diversity Abroad, the Fulbright Scholar Program, US State Department Critical Language Scholarship Program, American Council on Education Internationalization Collaborative, Association of International Education Administrators, and Forum on Education Abroad. She has consulted to many colleges in the US, and provided Academic Dean and Chair development for the Saudi Ministry of Higher Education. She has won numerous grants, including a Fulbright to France and has been accepted into several competitive professional development seminars, including Harvard’s Institute for Educational Management.