Coordinator of Programming
Cami Ross designs and implements a variety of events for students, staff and faculty on campus. She is especially interested in cross-cultural communication and cultural adjustment, and many of her events and programs center on those themes. Cami initiated programs such as the International Student Success Series and is actively involved in the Global Talks Series for faculty and staff, as well as the many signature events associated with the Center for International Affairs. She is an advocate for international students across campus to have leadership opportunities as well as academic and social programming options.
Cami graduated from Ohio University with a double major in history and political science, as well as a certificate in global learning. She then continued and received her Master of Business Administration, completing her final project in Cape Town, South Africa. While at Ohio University, she studied abroad both short- and long-term, traveling to the Czech Republic, Wales and Hong Kong. It was reflecting on her many travels that inspired her to want to support students in their international pursuits, either in the U.S. or abroad! Cami has been with the Center for International Affairs since 2012 and with Case Western Reserve University since 2005.