Northern Kentucky University

International Leaders in Education Program

The International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP), administered through the NKU College of Education and Human Services, entails NKU classroom instruction on American pedagogical techniques and co-instructor internships at Boone County, Dixie Heights, Conner and Holmes high schools.

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The 2009 ILEP Fellows, Gary Beatrice, Chair Elect of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Pat Raverty, Vice Chair of the Northern Kentucky International Trade Association and Daniele S. Longo, Vice President, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
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Gary Beatrice, Chair Elect, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, talks about the role of the Chamber.

 

 
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2009 ILEP Fellows

Wan Shah (Malaysia)
Sidy Dieng (Senegal)
Alam Syed (Bangladesh)
Nouari Gatel (Algeria)
Pape Diouf (Senegal)
Mostafa Chahid (Morocco)
Manjit Dhaliwal (Malaysia)
Fatah Aryawan (Indonesia)
Tamador Adnan (Jordan)
Yainy Buitrago (Venezuela)
Marcia Santos (Brazil)
Safaa Mohamed (Egypt)
Adriana Vásquez (Ecuador)
Soma Banerjee (India)
Sri Maryati (Indonesia)
Hazele Pineda (Philippines)

For more information about the program, please contact John Causey at johncauseyiv@gmail.com or Dr. Elaine Jarkov at jarchowe1@nku.edu

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