Launched in the US in 2008, our innovative model and global reach has transformed nine campuses and changed perceptions of internationalization across the higher education sector.
Bruce is a proven institution builder with a background in strategy, creating and launching new programs and initiatives, and building partnerships and alliances across the campus, within the community and abroad.
Bruce joined INTO in 2016. Previously, he served as Dean of the Brandeis University International Business School and Martin and Ahuva Gross Chair in Financial Markets and Institutions, as well as Founding Director, Perlmutter Institute for Global Business Leadership.
Previous senior academic administration positions include Dean, College of Business and Founding Dean, Lucas Graduate School of Business at San José State University and Founding Executive Director of Michigan State University’s online enterprise, MSU Global, and Chair, Study Abroad Risk Assessment Committee.
Before entering higher education management, Bruce was a senior executive at Bank of America, leading research and business development units in Latin America and the U.S.
Bruce holds a PhD in Economics, Business Law and Comparative Politics from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Harvard University/Tufts University; an MA in Law and Diplomacy, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and a BS in Foreign Service from the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.
JoAnn has spent thirty years in tertiary education, most recently as Assistant Provost for International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
She is a past president of the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA); served as chair of the International Education Leadership Section of NAFSA (the world’s largest professional organization of nearly 10,000 international educators); and served on ACE’s International Commission (1999-2002).
Dr. McCarthy earned a PhD in Foreign Language Education from the Florida State University and is a former French professor. She has served on many national and international advisory boards and is a frequent consultant, author, and speaker on the internationalization of higher education, the changing dynamics of student/faculty mobility, and the emerging role of the research university in global civil society. In 2009, she was honored by AIEA with the Charles Klasek Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Education.
With a career in international education spanning almost 30 years, Tim's work has encompassed most aspects of international education. Based in Washington DC for the past three years, he is currently responsible for helping to shape and expand INTO’s partner university network across North America.
Prior to his current assignment, Tim spent eight years with INTO supporting the expansion of INTO's UK network. His work has included responsibility for INTO's market insight, external relations, and working as managing director for UK operations.
Before joining INTO, Tim worked in a variety of senior international roles in UK universities with responsibility for recruitment, alumni, student exchange, internationalization and establishing presence across many of the key markets in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. Tim and his teams collected three HEIST (the UK's leading marketing awards for higher education) Gold awards for excellence in international marketing during his tenure in the UK university sector.
Tim represented the university sector as a member of the international board of the UCAS, the UK's national university admissions service. He also served as a board member of the Northern Consortium of Universities in the United Kingdom. He has consulted for the British Council, DAAD – the German international education organization and continues to speak regularly at external fora and conferences.
He blogs at http://blog.intoglobal.com/author/tim-obrien/
Tim is a graduate of International Relations and Political Science from Newcastle University in the United Kingdom.
Frank serves as a member of the Business Development and Partnerships team for North America, working closely with prospective partners and international education organizations.
Before joining INTO in 2017, Frank spent the past decade working in international education across universities, a non-profit professional association, and organizations that focus on public-private partnerships. Frank got his start in the field as an international student advisor at Miami University (OH) before moving to international student recruitment and partnerships at the University of Cincinnati. There he developed 2+2 programs and established a SE Asia recruitment office in Vietnam. Following that, Frank went on to work in partnership development for NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Shorelight Education and Quad Learning.
Education: MA Higher Education Administration, The University of Akron
John leads operations for our enhanced Direct Entry offering, overseeing the implementation of all our internal and external operational processes and ensuring their optimal efficiency. John freely collaborates with key stakeholders and University partners to ensure an excellent student experience.
John has worked in Higher Education for the past 20 years and has supported Universities and students from around the world. John held numerous strategic and operational roles at Laureate Education where he managed University partner relationships, successfully led numerous product launches, and implemented many operational improvements to provide a better student experience.
John holds an MBA from University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business, College Park, Maryland and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Economics from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia. John is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).