- Academic Internship Council
- Study Abroad
Cynthia joined EUSA (our predecessor organization) in 2008. She started her career working in human resources for a consulting firm based in Washington D.C. Cynthia has always had a strong interest in global issues and people from various backgrounds, so her transition into international education was a natural career shift. She began by teaching English abroad in Germany, and then returned to the US to work with exchange programs at CIEE. Immediately prior to joining the AIC team, Cynthia was the Center director of the English Language Center, an ESL organization located in Boston. She holds a Bachelor's degree from Rutgers University in Communications.
Originally from the Philadelphia area, Cynthia now calls Boston home and loves to showcase the city for visitors. She is a biking enthusiast and can be found biking to work during the summer months.