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Meet iEARN-USA's Global Education Ambassadors

iEARN-USA GEA and staff members

iEARN-USA Global Education Ambassadors and staff members

iEARN-USA supports a select group of leaders in our U.S. network of educators to represent iEARN as Global Education Ambassadors (GEAs). These GEAs promote innovative global education both inside and outside of the classroom through global collaborative projects and virtual exchange between teachers and students in the US and internationally.

The iEARN-­USA Global Education Ambassadors conduct outreach and professional development activities. Global Education Ambassadors have years of experience and in­-depth knowledge of virtual exchange, or technology­-enabled, sustained, people­-to-­people education programs, through project-­based learning. The Global Education Ambassadors promote global education and virtual exchange, lead online project and course facilitation, conduct workshops, create resources, and present in special global education initiatives and conferences throughout the year.

MEET OUR CURRENT GLOBAL EDUCATION AMBASSADORS FOR IEARN-USA:

Chris Baer, Martha's Vinyard Regional High School, Oak Bluffs, MA

Kathy Bosiak, Lincolnton High School, Lincolnton, NC

Heather Berry, Highlands Ranch, Highlands, CO

Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, Freedom High School, Orlando FL

Mary Brownell, KIDS, Jenkinstown, PA

Victoria Calarco, Owasco Elementary School, Auburn, NY

Maria Conte, St Rose of Lima School, Massapequa, NY

Renee Day, Ramona High School, Riverside, CA

Lynn DeAraujo, Fisher Island Day School, Fisher Island, FL

JoEllen Delamatta, John Handley High School, Winchester, VA

Katie Flynn, North Ridgeville Middle School, North Ridgeville, OH

Jessie Gorant, Benjamin Franklin Middle School, Teanack, NJ

Christine Hockert, McConnell Elementary, Hixson, TN

Rebecca Hodges, Lausanne Collegiate School, Memphis, TN

Katherine Korte, Pattonville High School, Maryland Heights, MO

Barry Kramer, Franklin Township School, Quakertown, NJ

Laura Nietzer, iEARN GEA/Project Facilitator, Hewitt, NJ

Jennifer Rose, Helen Keller Middle School, Easton, CT

Fay Stump, iEARN-USA GEA/Project Facilitator, Hedgesville, WV

Steve Weissburg, Ithaca Secondary School, Ithaca, NY

Allen Witten, Sunburst Youth Academy, Los Alamitos, CA

Cbaer Christopher Baer
Allen Witten
Fay Fay Stump
Renee Day
Steve 5 Steven Weissburg
Chrish Christine Hockert
Nicolle Boujaber Diederichs
Barry Kramer 5Th Grade Class
Lausanne Anthropology
Kathy Bosiak
Jo Ellen Delamatta
Laura Nietzer
Kathleen Flynn
Katherine Korte
Jennifer Rose
Maria Conte
Lynn De Araujo

We want to share out and celebrate some of the fantastic work of the these global leaders:

  • Katherine Korte was recently awarded a US Department of State grant to host a Midwest RegionalGlobal Teaching Dialogue.  This event aims to discuss the importance ofglobal competence for 21st century learners and to explore effective practices in global education. Rebecca Hodges will be hosting a session at this event on iEARN
  • Allen Witten, Kathy Bosiak, and Jennifer Rose all participated as guests speakers for our GivingTuesday webinars this week on Gender Equality and the Environment. You can watch the webinar recordings here: http://us.iearn.org/news/generosity-and-global-connection-on-givingtuesday
  • Heather Berry presented on iEARN at the Colorado Science Conference in November and will be presenting again at a district-wide conference in January.
  • Fay Stump facilitated a video conference for the International Book Club that connected the project participants with Dr. Fernando Reimers. Watch here: 


Download this document to learn more about the iEARN-USA Global Education Ambassador Program. 

Interested in becoming a GEA? Apply here.