Please help us welcome our two newest Global UGRAD team members!
Cameron Teaney is joining as the Program Associate for the NEA (Middle East and North Africa) and WHA (Latin America and the Caribbean) regions.
Cameron previously worked as a teacher at an international school in Turkey. Her time and experiences there cultivated a desire to work in an international setting. Upon moving back to the U.S., she wanted to explore opportunities in such a setting outside of teaching, which ultimately led her to World Learning! In Cameron’s words:
“I am excited to work with this organization in the Global UGRAD office, serving students from all around the world and helping facilitate a smooth international exchange experience.”
Mason Doyle is joining as the Program Associate for the South and Central Asia regions.
Originally from Asheville, North Carolina, Mason graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Global Studies. Prior to joining World Learning, he coordinated a fellowship program operated by the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area for a multi-cultural cohort of graduate students from DC-area universities. Mason is excited to work with this team and to engage with the inspirational Global UGRAD students from around the world. Outside of work, he enjoys writing, hiking, trivia, playing the trombone, and trying new foods.