Barton Carlyle is excited to welcome four new talented and experienced associates to our team. Barton Carlyle works to support institutions around the globe dealing with complex issues in international education, and our top-quality consultancy services rely on the expertise of Associates with deep knowledge in the field to bring a best practice approach. US-based experts Stephanie Doscher, Susan Kassab, Dr Sabine Klahr; and Tony Lee from the UK have all joined the team of Associates at Barton Carlyle this summer 2021.
Barton Carlyle CEO, Pamela K Barrett said, “These are some of the most challenging times for global education in a generation. We need great minds, innovative thinking, hard work and a commitment to the field to help get us through. The team at Barton Carlyle together represents that magical collision of insight, imagination and experience that we all need. I’m delighted that Stephanie, Sabine, Susan and Tony have all joined us to support our work. Welcome to all, and thanks also to our current Associates for all their work”.
When asked about joining Barton Carlyle, Susan said: “I am delighted to join Barton Carlyle and assist institutions in their internationalization journey. It is exciting to be collaborating with a highly talented and experienced team who will be instrumental in providing stellar international services to institutions of higher education”. Stephanie agreed, adding: “Higher education leaders are in the midst of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to completely rethink and redesign internationalization strategy. I can’t think of a more exciting time to partner with institutions to support their agility, creativity, and success”.
Thinking about the institutions who are Barton Carlyle clients, Sabine said: “I am delighted to serve as an Associate with Barton Carlyle and look forward to contributing to projects and thought leadership in this capacity. It will be a pleasure to assist organizations and universities in advancing their internationalization strategies”. Focussing on students, Tony commented: “This is an important time for institutions around the world to consider how best to engage with their students’ needs and interests. I am delighted to join Barton Carlyle as an Associate to contribute to project teams working to create innovative solutions in the student recruitment journey”.
The backgrounds of the team members are provided in our Team pages, here
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