Office of Study Abroad Adds Glen, Hall, Dickey

Nov. 30, 2015

 

Glen, Hall
Johany Glen and Nicholas Hall join Webster
University's Office of Study Abroad

The Office of Study Abroad welcomes Johany Glen, representative, Nicholas Hall, study abroad advisor, and Jennifer Dickey, study abroad coordinator, to the team. Both Glen and Hall are Webster alumni, each earning a BA in International Relations in 2012.

Glen, a native of Peru that is fully bilingual in English and Spanish, enjoys her multicultural experience and knows firsthand the challenges of studying abroad. Glen joins Webster from St. Louis Community College at Meramec, where she worked as department assistant in the English as Second Language (ESL) program department. She brings valuable administrative experience both in education and in a small business environment, managing competing priorities.

Hall’s client service experience with a chemical company in St. Louis and his analytical abilities and time management skills will serve him well as an advisor. Having studied abroad for a semester at Kansai University in Osaka, Japan (a Webster University exchange partner institution), Hall is aware of the incredible impact that studying abroad can have on a student’s life.

Dickey
Dickey joins as coordinator.

Dickey joined the Office of Study Abroad as study abroad coordinator on Monday, Nov. 30, 2015. 

Dickey holds a MS in Human Development and Leadership and a BS in Political Science with a minor in Legal Studies, both from Murray State University. While an undergraduate, she spent a semester in Regensburg, Germany. While a graduate student, she spent a summer tem in London, U.K.

She comes to Webster from her alma mater where she was coordinator of marketing and recruiting for a regional campus, where she also served as an education abroad advisor. In addition, she has served in a director capacity on short term study abroad programs.

Her combined experience as a study abroad student, an advisor and coordinator has given her a unique perspective that should serve her well in his new position.

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