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September 30, 2020 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Registration Closed

Whether you are desiring to grow your skills, actively seeking employment, or looking to support international education more impactfully, volunteering to be a NAFSA Leader offers development on a personal and professional level.

This webinar, offered by members of NAFSA's Leadership Development Committee, will reveal ways to get involved and demonstrate the value of that involvement. Every leadership role provides an opportunity to gain transferrable skills, increase your visibility, and gain supportive relationships. So no matter where you are in your career, benefits are awaiting you in NAFSA leadership.


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Elena Anderson-de Lay

Elena Anderson-de Lay
At Ease Solutions, LLC
Chair, Leadership Development Committee (LDC)
Elena Anderson-de Lay is a business strategy consultant specializing in business immigration, relocation, and Duty of Care among other issues impacting global business operations. Elena previously worked at The Brookings Institution, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and on NAFSA staff...

LaTanya Kurney

LaTanya Kurney
Alamo Colleges District
Member, Leadership Development Committee (LDC)
As the coordinator for international relations, LaTanya oversees virtual exchanges and facilitates dual degree and international transfer programs with foreign university partners for the Alamo Colleges District. She is also an alternate responsible officer (ARO) for the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program...

Amy VanSurksum

Amy VanSurksum
Saint Martin's University
Member, Leadership Development Committee (LDC)
Amy VanSurksum has worked in international education for more than 20 years, with experience in international student advising, international enrollment management, and study abroad at both the secondary and post-secondary education levels. She is a past member of the Trainer Corps, past chair of...