Kaylee Henderson (BA) is the Global Opportunities Coordinator in the Office of Global Activities. Her responsibilities include advising students interested in pursuing a Global Independent Study, supporting exchange visitors, and assisting in the development of other Office of Global Activities programs and initiatives. Kaylee began studying Chinese at Kalamazoo College and later declared a major in East Asian Studies. After studying at Capital Normal University in Beijing, China, her passion for global education flourished. Kaylee's priority as a global educator is making education abroad more inclusive, equitable, sustainable, and accessible. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, cooking, and doing at-home workout videos.
Tammy is a current international graduate student studying Community Organization and Management of Human Services in the School of Social Work. Tammy got her Bachelor's degree in Food Science from Huazhong Agricultural University of China in 2017. Tammy is passionate about community outreach and engagement. She is also the student intern in the U-M International Center. After graduating, Tammy hopes to engage with kids, children, and teenagers in creative workplaces.
Joy Richardson (BA) is an Office of Global Activities Student Intern. She received her Bachelor's degree in English Literature from the University of West Alabama in December 2020. While there, she studied abroad at Dankook University in Yongin, South Korea, and Liverpool Hope University in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Joy is currently pursuing a master's degree in Higher Education with a concentration on Public Policy at the Center for the Study of Postsecondary and Higher Education. Her professional interests include increasing minority representation in study abroad programs, fortifying the P-20 education pipeline, and improving college accessibility in historically disadvantaged groups.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106