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February 13, 2016 9:10 AM ET

Company Overview of Council On International Educational Exchange Inc

Company Overview

Tour Operators. Operates A Membership Organization, Specialized As A Reading Room Or Other Cultural Organization.

300 Fore St

Portland, ME 04101-4110

United States

Phone:

207-553-4060

Key Executives for Council On International Educational Exchange Inc

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 53
Secretary
Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Council On International Educational Exchange Inc Key Developments

Council on International Education and Exchange Launches Global Institute in Paris

Council on International Education and Exchange announced it will open a Global Institute in Paris. At the CIEE Global Institute 'Paris, which will open in fall 2016, CIEE students will have the option of enrolling in CIEE’s Open Campus program, with the opportunity to combine CIEE courses with one direct enrollment course at a local CIEE host institution, such as the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3 or the Université Paris Diderot Paris 7. CIEE Global Institutes provide affordable, flexible academic programming options for students of all majors to design their ideal international experience, with options for internships, research projects, and community service. Students can enroll in one, two, or three six-week academic blocks in Paris, or combine blocks at multiple CIEE Global Institutes in Berlin, London, or Rome for comparative academic study.

Council on International Educational Exchange Appoints Maritheresa Frain as Executive Vice President of Study Abroad

Council on International Educational Exchange announced Maritheresa Frain, Ph.D., as its new executive vice president of study abroad. Frain brings more than 20 years of experience in international education to her new position, including more than 15 years with CIEE. As executive vice president of study abroad, Frain will lead CIEE’s most comprehensive line of business, which includes 61 study centers in 43 countries around the world. Frain will be responsible for all aspects of CIEE’s global network of study centers and academic programs, and support of 350 Academic Consortium member schools. Since July 2015, Frain has held the position of vice president of academic affairs, overseeing the academic quality for all of CIEE’s international study abroad programs in 63 cities, research projects in language acquisition and intercultural skill development, and CIEE’s Center for Teaching and Learning. Previously, Frain served as center director of the CIEE Study Center in Seville, Spain, where she led a team of 23 study abroad professionals and introduced multiple study, international service, and research programs. Prior to joining CIEE, she served as consular agent for the U.S. Department of State in Seville, worked for the International Monetary Fund in Washington D.C., and was a visiting professor at Georgetown University.

Council on International Educational Exchange Names Meghann Curtis as Executive Vice President of International Exchange Programs; to Open First Washington, D.C. Office

Council on International Educational Exchange announced Meghann Curtis as its new executive vice president of International Exchange Programs. Ms. Curtis comes to CIEE from the U.S. Department of State, where she served as deputy assistant secretary for educational and cultural affairs, overseeing all academic programs operating across 170 countries, including the Fulbright Program, EducationUSA, and all English-language programs. In her new position, Ms. Curtis will be responsible for leading CIEE’s inbound international exchange programs, including the J-1 visa exchange visitor programs, F-1 visa high school programs, CIEE’s international operations in Tokyo and Taipei, and CIEE’s participant services unit, located in Portland, Maine. Ms. Curtis will also open CIEE’s first Washington, D.C. office, where she will serve as CIEE’s primary liaison to its partners at the U.S. Department of State, with Congress, and at the White House.

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