Meet Our Staff

Find us on My Journey!

Students can make a study abroad advising appointment via My Journey. The blue boxes with each advisor's name will link to My Journey where students can find Study Abroad Advising options.

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Cami Ross

Assistant Director, Office of Education Abroad
  • Program Portfolio: North and Eastern Europe (Austria, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden), Ireland, the UK, all countries in Asia, Oceania, and Sub-Saharan Africa 

  • Liaison to: Career Center, Undergraduate Research Office, Study Abroad Ambassadors

Cami studied abroad in Cape Town, at Cape Technikon (now Cape Peninsula University of Technology), and in China where she interned with a marketing firm. Cami studied abroad as an undergraduate in the Czech Republic, Wales (UK) and Hong Kong (China) and also during her graduate school in South Africa.  Cami has traveled throughout Europe, Southern Africa, and Asia. 

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Kevin Sullivan

Assistant Director, Office of Education Abroad
  • Program Portfolio: CWRU in Madrid, Southern Europe (France, Greece, Italy, and Spain), the Middle East & North Africa, and Latin America.

  • Liaison to: Disability Resources, the LGBT Center, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) 

Kevin studied abroad for an academic year at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico. He spent his college summers teaching English in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Before graduate school, Kevin taught abroad for two years in Madrid, Spain. Kevin has traveled throughout Mexico and Europe.

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Valerie Rambin

Assistant Director, Office of Education Abroad
  • Program Portfolio: Exploring/initial students undecided on faculty-led programs plus CWRU groups traveling abroad 

  • Liaison to: Faculty-led study abroad program leaders and coordinators including graduate and professional study abroad

Valerie studied abroad at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan. Before graduate school, Valerie spent five years teaching English in Niigata and Tokyo, Japan and travelling throughout Asia. 

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Autumn Beechler Stebing

Director, Office of Education Abroad
  • Program Portfolio: Exploring/initial students undecided on location, major and/or program type plus students who wish to petition for a non-approved program
  • Liaison to: CWRU faculty, Four Year Advisors

Autumn studied abroad three times in her undergraduate career: a summer in Mexico and two separate semesters in the UK and then Brazil, after which she taught high school internationally for four years in Micronesia, then briefly in Mexico. Autumn has traveled extensively throughout Europe and SE Asia. Read more about Autumn. 

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Madi Hunt

Systems & UX Analyst, Office of Education Abroad
  • Program Portfolio: Registration for students undertaking CWRU-affiliated non-credit international travel (as part of a CWRU organization or as independent academic travel), faculty and staff travel registration, academic credit transfer
  • Liaison to: Student Conduct, Office of Risk Management

Madi received a BA in Neuroscience from the College of Wooster in 2017, where they worked as a Writing Consultant in the Writing Center and discovered their love for working in higher education. They began working at CWRU in 2019 in the Office of Undergraduate Studies, and joined the Center for International Affairs and the OEA in 2022 - 2023.

Short-Term Faculty-Led Study Abroad Courses

Students interested in faculty-led short term CWRU courses abroad (example: winter break, spring break, May term) are required to meet with the program director listed on that program’s application page but are welcome to meet with Valerie Rambin or any other study abroad advisor, as well.

Drop-In Advising

Advisors are also available for drop-in advising every Tuesday and Friday from 12:30 - 2 pm in the Office of Education Abroad, Tomlinson Suite 143. Additional drop-in advising is available on Thursdays from 1 - 2 pm in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Sears Suite 409.