Evan Lohmann served as an English teacher in the Republic of Georgia upon graduating from the University of South Carolina, where he also studied abroad in Istanbul, Turkey. He worked at Presbyterian College in the Office of International Programs and at Eastern Illinois University in the Office of Study Abroad where he served as the Study Abroad Coordinator and International Student Recruiter to Southeast Asia while also obtaining his master's degree. Evan most recently worked at Appalachian State University, as the Assistant Director of Education Abroad, in Boone, North Carolina before coming to Tufts University, located in the greater Boston area, where he serves as Assistant Director for Tufts Programs Abroad.
Evan formerly served on the Council of Advisors for ISEP (International Student Exchange Program) where he helped the non-profit organization to implement policies that would affect the community at large. Previously, he also worked to create the first LFA (Lessons From Abroad) in Chicago, Illinois and helped NAFSA to design the curriculum for the pre-conference workshop Critical Skills for the Advisor (a workshop for which he served as the lead presenter at the annual conference in 2019 and for which he served as dean, subsequently after).