CET Staff

Leadership

Mark Lenhart

Mark Lenhart

Executive Director, CET
Senior Vice President, ATA
202.349.7320
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Mark has worked for CET since 1990, when he began as Resident Director of CET’s Harbin Chinese Language Program. After nearly five years studying and working in China, he became CET’s Director in 1995, and he oversaw CET’s expansion from a small provider of two Chinese language programs to today’s much larger organization. Mark is a founding board member of the Fund for Education Abroad, and he continues to play leadership roles on FEA’s Board of Trustees. He frequently speaks at national conferences on topics related to study abroad safety, underrepresentation, CET’s local roommates, and the LGBTQ student experience. As a student, Mark focused on Asian Studies, Chinese language, and photography, and he has degrees from Bowdoin (BA), Harvard (MA), and the University of Maryland (MBA).

Janelle Bloss

Director, Institutional Relations
202.415.4743
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Janelle spent part of her high school years in East Asia, living with her family first in Kobe, Japan and later in Hanoi, Vietnam. She was so inspired by her early experiences that she returned to Japan to live with a host family and study in Kyoto while getting her BA in East Asian Studies from Smith College. After Smith, Janelle began studying Chinese and participated in the CET Intensive Chinese Language in Harbin program before going on to study at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. Janelle joined the CET Campus Relations team in 2010.

Hector Cruz-Feliciano

Héctor M. Cruz-Feliciano, Ph.D

Interim Director, Academic Affairs
Director, Latin America Programs
202.349.7348
[email protected]

Originally from Puerto Rico, Héctor has a PhD in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has taught at the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, Universidad Metropolitana (Puerto Rico), Universidad Thomas More (Nicaragua), and the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. From 2003 to 2013 he served as Resident Director for CIEE in Nicaragua and Chile.  With Andrea Rizzotti, Héctor is co-editor of Voices from the South: Decolonial Perspectives in International Education (Forum on Education Abroad, 2022).  He has traveled extensively in Latin America and speaks Spanish and Portuguese. Hector is in charge of the design, implementation and execution of the CET programs in Latin America.

Michelle Jenkins

Michelle Jenkins

Assistant Director, Student Services
202.349.7346
[email protected]

Michelle was fortunate enough to go abroad with her school at a young age, sparking an interest in travel and other cultures. She has worked in Australia, New Zealand, and eventually Barcelona—where her position as an English teacher inspired her career in international education. With degrees in Philosophy (BA, Emory University) and Intercultural Relations (MA, Lesley University), she has worked as an advisor, overseas administrator, and an institutional relations manager at Babson College and The School for Field Studies. One of her career highlights was serving as an on-site coordinator for a multi-destination program abroad, where she worked first-hand with students studying in Russia, China, and India.

Shelley Jessee

Shelley Jessee

Senior Director, Marketing
202.349.7350
[email protected]

Growing up in East Tennessee, Shelley always wanted to travel abroad but never had the opportunity. Since her first international experience in China during her sophomore year at Radford University (BA in English and International Studies), she has been passionate about sending US students abroad. She earned an MA in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University in 2009 and an MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 2021. Prior to working at CET, she worked as Study Abroad Advisor in The George Washington University’s Office for Study Abroad and at IIE on the Fulbright Specialists Program.

Adam Jones

Director, China Programs and Special Initiatives
202.349.7344
[email protected]

From 2004 to 2008, Adam served as the CET Beijing Resident Director and Beijing Programs Manager for CET in Beijing. He then returned to the CET Washington, DC office to serve as China Programs Manager, then Asia Programs Director, and now Director of China Programs and Special Initiatives. Adam first became interested in China when he visited the country during a summer abroad trip through his university. Since then, he has spent more than ten years living, working and studying there. He also worked as a consultant on the Schwarzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University from 2015 to 2016. Prior to CET, he served as the Program Director for the Brethren Colleges Abroad Study Center at Dalian University of Foreign Languages. Adam received a BA in Economics and Business Administration from Ouachita University in Arkansas (1993) and an MA in East Asian Studies (2004) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is currently finishing his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Management at Drexel University.

Randall Salisbury

Vice President, CET Programs
202.349.0679
[email protected]

Randall is a Washington, DC native who grew up abroad. He caught the travel bug early growing up in Finland, Holland, and India and has been passionate about exposing others to international experiences ever since. Spending his junior year abroad in Bologna, Italy was transformative and led him to pursue a career in international education. After graduating from Dickinson College with degrees in Political Science and International Studies, Randall returned to Italy to work as the Resident Director for an American study abroad program. Two years later, he returned to DC and began working for CET as a Campus Relations Manager on the Institutional Relations team. Shortly thereafter, Randall moved over to the Program Management team as the Italy Programs Manager, and has held various roles on this team since 2008. As the Senior Director of Programs, he oversees the CET Programs team in the US and abroad. In his spare time, Randall can be found playing bocce or tennis, drinking iced coffee, and planning his next overseas adventure.  

Vanessa Sterling

Vanessa Sterling

Director, Health & Safety
202.760.1385
[email protected]

Vanessa’s career in international education began in 1995, during her time as a graduate student at CET Beijing. After several more years in China conducting research, she returned stateside and transitioned to working in education abroad. At the University of Pittsburgh, Vanessa built semester programs, advised students, and was the faculty director of Pitt in China in Shanghai for two years. Prior to joining CET, she served as the Associate Director of Pitt Global Experiences, where she developed and executed the university’s health, safety, and security strategy and training. Vanessa is an active member of Pulse: International Safety and Security Professionals in Higher Education, OSAC’s Academia Sector Committee, and several cross-provider working groups. When not working, you can find Vanessa leading a theological reading group or indulging in some Bravo TV. In addition to an MA in History from Pitt, she also holds a BA in East Asian Studies from NYU.

Campus Relations

Janelle Bloss

Director, Institutional Relations
Serving students in: MA, ME, NH, RI, VT, and the University of Minnesota
202.415.4743
[email protected]

Janelle spent part of her high school years in East Asia, living with her family first in Kobe, Japan and later in Hanoi, Vietnam. She was so inspired by her early experiences that she returned to Japan to live with a host family and study in Kyoto while getting her BA in East Asian Studies from Smith College. After Smith, Janelle began studying Chinese and participated in the CET Intensive Chinese Language in Harbin program before going on to study at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. Janelle joined the CET Campus Relations team in 2010.

Tim Baird

Tim Baird

Senior Campus Relations Manager for the MidAtlantic
Serving students in: CT, DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VA, and WV
202.440.0690
[email protected]

Tim’s love of international travel began with his study abroad experience in college. He attended University of Richmond (BA, 2007) with a double major in International Studies & Spanish and a double minor in Leadership Studies & History. His semester-long study abroad experience in Valencia, Spain sparked his interest in the field of international education and upon graduation, he moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina for a year to volunteer, travel, and perfect his Spanish language skills. Tim interned for CET before earning his MEd in International Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago (2015). He returned to CET in 2015 as member of the Campus Relations Team.

Torey Moore

Torey Moore

Senior Campus Relations Manager for the Midwest
Serving students in: AK, AR, AZ, CO, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MN, MT, MO, NE, ND, NM, NV, OH, OK, OR, SD, WA, WI, and WY
202.731.7219
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Torey grew up in the Chicagoland area of Illinois and received his BA in International Affairs with a concentration in European Studies from Murray State University. While at Murray State, he took full advantage of the international opportunities offered. He studied in Regensburg (Germany) for a semester, in Beijing (China) for a summer session, in Gwangju (South Korea) for a winter term, and served as Education Abroad Office Intern. His passion for everything international has led him to choose a career path that combines travel, cross-cultural communication, and education. In his spare time, Torey enjoys playing volleyball, rowing, and traveling.

Malika Watson

Campus Relations Manager for the West
Serving students in: AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX, and CA
202.961.8295
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Malika is a Texan who grew up all over the place – Texas, India, Spain, Pennsylvania, and Germany. Finding her passion for language, education, and cultural studies at an early age, it’s no surprise her career path led to International Education. Malika studied Cognitive Psychology and Japanese at Vanderbilt University, and studied abroad with CET Japan in the Spring of 2012. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in 2013, Malika worked in student support at CIEE in Maine and then joined CET as Student Services Coordinator for Asia Programs from 2015 to 2017. From 2018 to 2021 Malika served as Resident Director for CET’s programs in Osaka, Japan, then joined the Campus Relations team in September 2021. In her spare time, Malika enjoys reading, eating, knitting, and hiking. 

Brian Wiehr

Brian Wiehr

Marketing & Outreach Manager, High School & Pre-College Programs
202.650.7521
[email protected]

Brian has worked in international education for 15 years, in roles focused on recruitment and admissions, strategic partnerships, and program development. He earned a BA in International Studies and Political Science at St. Norbert College and an Ed.M. in International Education Policy at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. A first-generation college student and passport holder, Brian credits his interest in cultural exchange to his high school years, when he hosted an exchange student and participated in a sister-school program to Germany. He later studied abroad in Austria as an undergraduate, taught in Japan through the JET Program, and traveled to over 20 other countries. When he’s not meeting with students and families at schools and fairs across the country, Brian enjoys spending time with his family in Wisconsin, frequenting favorite neighborhood stores and restaurants, and volunteering with local organizations in D.C.

Program Management

Randall Salisbury

Vice President, CET Programs
202.349.0679
[email protected]

Randall is a Washington, DC native who grew up abroad. He caught the travel bug early growing up in Finland, Holland, and India and has been passionate about exposing others to international experiences ever since. Spending his junior year abroad in Bologna, Italy was transformative and led him to pursue a career in international education. After graduating from Dickinson College with degrees in Political Science and International Studies, Randall returned to Italy to work as the Resident Director for an American study abroad program. Two years later, he returned to DC and began working for CET as a Campus Relations Manager on the Institutional Relations team. Shortly thereafter, Randall moved over to the Program Management team as the Italy Programs Manager, and has held various roles on this team since 2008. As the Senior Director of Programs, he oversees the CET Programs team in the US and abroad. In his spare time, Randall can be found playing bocce or tennis, drinking iced coffee, and planning his next overseas adventure.  

Hector Cruz-Feliciano

Héctor M. Cruz-Feliciano, Ph.D

Interim Director, Academic Affairs
Director, Latin America Programs
202.349.7348
[email protected]

Originally from Puerto Rico, Héctor has a PhD in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has taught at the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, Universidad Metropolitana (Puerto Rico), Universidad Thomas More (Nicaragua), and the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. From 2003 to 2013 he served as Resident Director for CIEE in Nicaragua and Chile.  With Andrea Rizzotti, Héctor is co-editor of Voices from the South: Decolonial Perspectives in International Education (Forum on Education Abroad, 2022).  He has traveled extensively in Latin America and speaks Spanish and Portuguese. Hector is in charge of the design, implementation and execution of the CET programs in Latin America.

Adam Jones

Director, China Programs and Special Initiatives
202.349.7344
[email protected]

From 2004 to 2008, Adam served as the CET Beijing Resident Director and Beijing Programs Manager for CET in Beijing. He then returned to the CET Washington, DC office to serve as China Programs Manager, then Asia Programs Director, and now Director of China Programs and Special Initiatives. Adam first became interested in China when he visited the country during a summer abroad trip through his university. Since then, he has spent more than ten years living, working and studying there. He also worked as a consultant on the Schwarzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University from 2015 to 2016. Prior to CET, he served as the Program Director for the Brethren Colleges Abroad Study Center at Dalian University of Foreign Languages. Adam received a BA in Economics and Business Administration from Ouachita University in Arkansas (1993) and an MA in East Asian Studies (2004) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is currently finishing his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Management at Drexel University.

Tess Cannon

High School & Pre-College Manager
202.846.7661
[email protected]

Tess discovered the personal and academic impacts of cross-cultural exposure and exchange firsthand as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student during her junior year of high school in Bremen, Germany. As a Sullivan Scholar at Seattle University, Tess earned a BA in International Studies and minors in Global Politics and International Economic Development (2010) and studied abroad in Italy, Germany (as a DAAD Undergraduate Scholar), Mexico, and Macedonia. Tess then earned her MA in International Education at the George Washington University (2016), where she focused on international exchange, program design, and global education. Prior to coming to CET, she was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Berlin, Germany, and worked at Amazon, Seattle University, and the George Washington University. Tess is from Juneau, Alaska, and enjoys cooking good food, visiting new cities, and exploring the great outdoors.

Lauren Kardos

Lauren Kardos

Custom Programs Manager
202.349.7334
[email protected]

Lauren has earned two degrees from the George Washington University–a BA (2012) with a double major in International Affairs and Middle East Studies and MA (2017) in International Education. As an undergraduate, she studied Arabic in Egypt and Jordan. Lauren has worked for AMIDEAST Education Abroad Programs in the Middle East and North Africa, and for the Institute of International Education. In the latter role, she served as Program Officer for Project GO programs and Evaluation Officer on the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning team. In her spare time, Lauren is a yoga teacher, avid reader, and podcast enthusiast.

Emily McGhee

Senior Programs Manager, Czech Republic
202.349.7320 x7392
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Emily was born and raised in Paris by an American mother and Czech father. She has a BA in Comparative Literature from Wellesley College (2008) and studied abroad in Prague with CET Jewish Studies and in Senegal and Morocco with other programs. After graduation, she lived and worked in Prague for two years where she held positions at an educational training company and a non-profit humanitarian organization. She earned an MA in African Studies and an MS in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2012) where she also studied Swahili as a FLAS fellow. She is fluent in French and Czech, and proficient in Swahili and Spanish. She has traveled to over 30 countries and hopes to increase that number! She enjoys learning new languages, is an avid reader and writer, and collects masks from around the world.

Kate Maruyama

Kate Maruyama

Senior Programs Manager, Japan
202.349.7352
[email protected]

Kate graduated summa cum laude from Macalester College in St. Paul with a double major in Japanese and Religious Studies. As an undergraduate, she participated in study abroad programs in Bangladesh and Japan. After graduation, she spent three years teaching English on the JET Programme in Osaka prefecture, Japan. Kate’s curiosity about new cultures has led her all over the world, to countries such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, India and Israel. Immediately before joining CET, Kate assisted in the organization of Concordia Language Villages’ Europe Day celebration.

Allegra O'Donoghue

Allegra O'Donoghue

Senior Programs Manager, Middle East
202.349.0676
[email protected]

Allegra graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2008 with a major in Middle East Studies and minor in Music. In 2006-2007, she studied abroad at the American University in Cairo. After graduating, she continued her Arabic studies as a Flagship Fellow at Damascus University 2009-2010, and CASA Fellow at the American University in Cairo 2011-2012. She has managed CET’s Middle East portfolio since early 2013. For fun, Allegra loves cooking, traveling, taking pictures, and getting outside.

Ben Pollok

Ben Pollok

Senior Programs Manager, China
202.349.7342 x7342
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As an undergraduate at Colgate University (BA, 2011), Ben studied abroad in both Shanghai, China and Geneva, Switzerland. The two very different experiences ignited his interest in both education abroad and education as an international development issue. In 2011, Ben returned to China to work as an Admissions Officer for Peking University, and later served as a Campus Relations Coordinator for CET in New England. He later pursued a Master of Arts in International Economics (2017) at Johns Hopkins SAIS, focusing on social development in East and Southeast Asian countries. While at SAIS, Ben worked at USAID and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He returned to CET in 2017 as Vietnam and China Programs Manager.

Vanessa Sterling

Vanessa Sterling

Director, Health & Safety
202.760.1385
[email protected]

Vanessa’s career in international education began in 1995, during her time as a graduate student at CET Beijing. After several more years in China conducting research, she returned stateside and transitioned to working in education abroad. At the University of Pittsburgh, Vanessa built semester programs, advised students, and was the faculty director of Pitt in China in Shanghai for two years. Prior to joining CET, she served as the Associate Director of Pitt Global Experiences, where she developed and executed the university’s health, safety, and security strategy and training. Vanessa is an active member of Pulse: International Safety and Security Professionals in Higher Education, OSAC’s Academia Sector Committee, and several cross-provider working groups. When not working, you can find Vanessa leading a theological reading group or indulging in some Bravo TV. In addition to an MA in History from Pitt, she also holds a BA in East Asian Studies from NYU.

Jon Stern

Jon Stern

Italy Programs Manager
202.846.7654
[email protected]

Jon is a native of Washington, DC. An interest in his family roots inspired him to study Italian language and culture as an undergraduate student at the University of Richmond (BA, 2007), and that led him to study abroad for summer and semester terms in Italy. After working in the medical field for several years, Jon decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Italian Studies at Georgetown University (MA, 2015). His thesis project focused on the identity of Italian Americans in the DC area. Jon simply loves all things Italy, and as the CET Italy Programs Manager, is very excited to help students experience their own adventures in Il Bel Paese.

Tara Sun Vanacore

Tara Sun Vanacore

Senior Programs Manager, China
202.785.2006
[email protected]

Tara started working at CET as a Writer and Communications Specialist, and transitioned to the Asia team in the fall of 2016. Previously, Tara was the Program Officer for East and Southeast Asia at the Global Fund for Children. She served as the Assistant Director of the US-China Strong Foundation, created the Mandarin program at the Shady Hill School in Cambridge, MA, and worked in the Mandarin Immersion Program in Portland Public Schools. Tara has also directed summer China trips for Putney Student Travel. Tara received an MA in Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs from American University’s School of International Service and a BA in Chinese Language and Literature from Middlebury College. Tara studied in Beijing and Hangzhou with CET in 2005. A native Vermonter, Tara loves Cabot cheese, maple syrup, and snow.

Student Services

Michelle Jenkins

Michelle Jenkins

Assistant Director, Student Services
202.349.7346
[email protected]

Michelle was fortunate enough to go abroad with her school at a young age, sparking an interest in travel and other cultures. She has worked in Australia, New Zealand, and eventually Barcelona—where her position as an English teacher inspired her career in international education. With degrees in Philosophy (BA, Emory University) and Intercultural Relations (MA, Lesley University), she has worked as an advisor, overseas administrator, and an institutional relations manager at Babson College and The School for Field Studies. One of her career highlights was serving as an on-site coordinator for a multi-destination program abroad, where she worked first-hand with students studying in Russia, China, and India.

Annie Belleville

Student Services Coordinator
Advises on Greater China programs
202-846-7648
[email protected]

Annie’s first experience in Asia was in Hong Kong when she received a scholarship for the summer. This cemented her interest both in East Asia and study abroad, encouraging her to go another 2 times during her undergrad in Harbin and Beijing. After graduating from Trinity University (B.S., Chinese Studies, 2018), she then lived for a year in Taiwan and another 2 in Beijing before coming back to the US to work for CET. She loved her time abroad, especially learning about local cultures and how international education affects these areas. Nowadays, she’s always looking for new people to discuss plants and horticulture with (ask me about my favorite plant, skunk cabbage!) and watching horror movies on the weekends.

Melanie

Melanie MacKenzie

Senior Student Services Coordinator
Advises on programs in Japan, Jordan, Latin America, High School & Pre-College Programs
202.846.7662
[email protected]

Melanie’s first international experience was a high school semester in Spain. Her positive experience immersing in the language and culture led her to American University, where she spent a semester in Brazil and conducted research in Northern Ireland. After graduating, (B.A., International Studies, 2018), she was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Brazil before joining CET in 2019. In her free time, you can find Melanie seeking out the best running routes and ice cream shops—both in D.C. and abroad.

Carmen Wilson

Senior Scholarship & Records Coordinator
202.846.7663
[email protected]

Carmen grew up in Birmingham, AL and received her BA in Linguistics from Yale University. During her time at Yale, she studied abroad in Japan and South Korea. After graduating, she lived and worked in Seoul for three years as an education consultant. This experience inspired her to pursue an MA in International Training and Education and a certificate in Cross-Cultural Communication at American University. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, yoga, poetry, and trying new plant-based recipes. 

High School & Pre-College

Tess Cannon

High School & Pre-College Manager
202.846.7661
[email protected]

Tess discovered the personal and academic impacts of cross-cultural exposure and exchange firsthand as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student during her junior year of high school in Bremen, Germany. As a Sullivan Scholar at Seattle University, Tess earned a BA in International Studies and minors in Global Politics and International Economic Development (2010) and studied abroad in Italy, Germany (as a DAAD Undergraduate Scholar), Mexico, and Macedonia. Tess then earned her MA in International Education at the George Washington University (2016), where she focused on international exchange, program design, and global education. Prior to coming to CET, she was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Berlin, Germany, and worked at Amazon, Seattle University, and the George Washington University. Tess is from Juneau, Alaska, and enjoys cooking good food, visiting new cities, and exploring the great outdoors.

Brian Wiehr

Brian Wiehr

Marketing & Outreach Manager, High School & Pre-College Programs
202.650.7521
[email protected]

Brian has worked in international education for 15 years, in roles focused on recruitment and admissions, strategic partnerships, and program development. He earned a BA in International Studies and Political Science at St. Norbert College and an Ed.M. in International Education Policy at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. A first-generation college student and passport holder, Brian credits his interest in cultural exchange to his high school years, when he hosted an exchange student and participated in a sister-school program to Germany. He later studied abroad in Austria as an undergraduate, taught in Japan through the JET Program, and traveled to over 20 other countries. When he’s not meeting with students and families at schools and fairs across the country, Brian enjoys spending time with his family in Wisconsin, frequenting favorite neighborhood stores and restaurants, and volunteering with local organizations in D.C.

Melanie

Melanie MacKenzie

Senior Student Services Coordinator
Advises on High School & Pre-College Programs
202.846.7662
[email protected]

Melanie’s first international experience was a high school semester in Spain. Her positive experience immersing in the language and culture led her to American University, where she spent a semester in Brazil and conducted research in Northern Ireland. After graduating, (B.A., International Studies, 2018), she was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Brazil before joining CET in 2019. In her free time, you can find Melanie seeking out the best running routes and ice cream shops—both in D.C. and abroad.

Marketing

Shelley Jessee

Shelley Jessee

Senior Director, Marketing
202.349.7350
[email protected]

Growing up in East Tennessee, Shelley always wanted to travel abroad but never had the opportunity. Since her first international experience in China during her sophomore year at Radford University (BA in English and International Studies), she has been passionate about sending US students abroad. She earned an MA in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University in 2009 and an MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 2021. Prior to working at CET, she worked as Study Abroad Advisor in The George Washington University’s Office for Study Abroad and at IIE on the Fulbright Specialists Program.

Sarah Luther

Senior Marketing & Design Coordinator
202.349.0680
[email protected]

Sarah began part of CET’s Marketing team since 2018. She graduated magna cum laude from Elon University in 2018 with a BA in Communication Design, Art, and Art History. She has always loved travel and new experiences, and has long been committed to international education. Sarah studied abroad in Bath, England in her junior year of college, during which time she had her first solo art exhibition. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys painting, photography, traveling, and exploring as many museums as possible.

Megan Mancenido

Megan Mancenido

Senior Marketing Coordinator
202.349.0688
[email protected]

Megan grew up in Texas with free flight privileges that shaped her love of international travel. She later graduated from UT Austin in 2013 with degrees in International Relations & Global Studies and Chinese Language & Culture. During her junior year she did the CET Chinese Studies & Internship in Shanghai program and left determined to return to China for work. After graduation, Megan did a service year with AmeriCorps and then moved to Shenzhen, China to help manage the international programs and media at Peking University. Four years later, she returned to the US to join CET and encourage others to have their own experiences abroad.

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