Meet the CGL Staff

Elaine Meyer-Lee

Elaine Meyer-Lee

Associate Vice President for Global Learning and Leadership Development

emeyerlee@agnesscott.edu
404.471.5380
Buttrick Hall 104B

 

Elaine is delighted to bring her experience in, knowledge of, and passion for women’s global and leadership education to the innovative Summit initiative. Initially motivated by the transformative impact of her studies abroad in France and Haiti, she earned a doctorate in human development and psychology from Harvard University. There she began her studies of college student development around issues of difference (international and domestic) and the effects of intercultural education. Elaine publishes and presents nationally and internationally on these topics, as well as on international and women’s education leadership. She helped found, and for the past 12 years directed, the Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN.

Fun facts about Elaine:

• She tries to find time to back-pack in the Rockies with her 3 teenage sons at least every other year
• She would love to be a food critic as an avocation


Jennifer Lund 

Jennifer Lund

Associate Dean for International Education

jlund@agnesscott.edu
404.471.5381
Buttrick Hall 102A

 

Jennifer grew up in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and received a Bachelor's degree in anthropology and a Ph.D. in cross-cultural counseling. She received two Fulbright awards for international educators; one for Korea and one for Germany. She is an adventurer at heart, but manages to come to the office. Jennifer loves making students and staff laugh and her door is always open. Outside of work, she loves to sail and do yoga.

 Fun facts about Jennifer:

  • Her first flight was at the age of 18 for a seven week service program in the highlands of Ethiopia.
  • In her senior year of university, she participated in a National Geographic expedition to map and excavate Mayan ruins in the Yucatan, Mexico.
  • One of her most exciting trips was crewing on a nine meter sailboat from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Iceland.

Julie

Julie Champlin

Faculty-led Programs Coordinator

jchamplin@agnesscott.edu
404.471.6263
Buttrick Hall 102B

 

Synthesizing her learning from a B.A. in German from Hendrix College, an M.A. in English Language Teaching from the University of Reading, UK, and several years working in the leisure travel industry, Julie is delighted to be serving as Summit’s Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator. Julie’s affinity for travel has led her to live, work, and travel throughout most of Europe, Japan, and China.

 

Walk-In Advising Hours
Please visit Julie if you are a first-year with questions about your Journeys program, or are interested in a Global Study Tour or other ASC faculty-led program. 

Mondays and Fridays: 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

 


Stephanie 

Stephanie Escobar

Senior Study Abroad Advisor

sescobar@agnesscott.edu
404.471.5447
Buttrick Hall 104B

 

Stephanie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Ohio University, with minors in International Business and East Asian Studies. She began her love of global learning during her undergraduate studies in Australia and China, and developed a further interest in service and non-profit organizations during her time as an AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps member. Since Stephanie joined the field of international education some years ago, she has traveled to China, Japan, Italy and Germany. The most rewarding part of her job is seeing students after they’ve returned from their time abroad and seeing how much they’ve grown from their experiences.

Fun facts about Stephanie:

  • She may have forgotten a lot of vocabulary, but is proficient in Mandarin Chinese. Her Chinese friends call her 米兰(Mi Lan) or 兰兰(Lan Lan).
  • Her favorite meal is sinigang, a Filipino stew that her husband makes.

 

Walk-In Advising Hours
Please visit Stephanie if you hold a U.S. passport and your last name begins with I - Z, and you are interested in studying abroad on an independent program for the summer or semester.

Mondays: 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays:  10:00 a.m. - Noon

 


Clementine Hakizimana

Clementine Hakizimana

Coordinator for Global Learning Academic Initiatives 

chakizimana@agnesscott.edu
404.471.5382
Buttrick Hall 104B

A native of Rwanda, Clementine grew up living in several African countries. She studied her last high school years in Belgium before moving to the United States to go to college.  After spending two years in Terre Haute, IN, she ran away from the cold and transferred to The University of Georgia where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance. 

 

Walk-In Advising Hours
Please visit Clementine for study abroad advising if you are a non-US citizen OR your last name begins with A H. International students may also visit Clementine for any services or assistance you may need.

Mondays: 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays: 10:00 a.m.-Noon

 


 

Main Office

Buttrick Hall 104B (main office, independent study abroad, international student advising)

Buttrick Hall 102B (first-year global learning and faculty-led study abroad)

Phone: 404.471.5380
Fax: 404.471.5383
globallearning@agnesscott.edu


Business Hours
Academic year: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Summer: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5:15 p.m.


Mailing Address

SUMMIT – Center for Global Learning
Agnes Scott College
141 E. College Ave
Decatur, GA 30030 

Getting to Us

Maps & Directions 
(Buttrick Hall is #6 on the Campus Map)

Agnes Scott College
141 E College Ave.
Decatur, GA 30030