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422 Boucke Advising by Appointment Only: Tuesday 1-4pm, Wednesday 1-4pm,
Education Abroad Advisers
Tineka Lebrun has been working in higher education for over 15 years. She started her career as an English teacher in France, where she taught at a variety of institutions including the American University of Paris. She moved from teaching to higher education administration in 2004 when she worked at Franklin & Marshall College coordinating extracurricular programs in the arts. Her work with study abroad began at Georgetown University in 2007, where she served in a number of roles in the Office of International Programs. Prior to moving to her current position in the Office of Global Programs at Penn State, she worked for the Institute of International Education with the Boren Awards and for AMIDEAST, a third-party provider with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa. She holds a BA from New York University and a Master’s from Queen Mary College, University of London.