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Staff : Carrie Herrera Niesen
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Staff Details
Name:
Carrie Herrera Niesen
Phone:
(480) 965-5965
Email:
carrie.niesen@asu.edu
Department/Title:
Communications and Marketing Specialist
User Image About Carrie Herrera Niesen:
As the Communications and Marketing Specialist for the Study Abroad Office, Carrie is responsible for the strategy and execution behind garnering more student interest and participation for study abroad.  With the assistance of peer advisors and student recruiters, she creates, oversees and executes marketing strategy both on and offline at the multiple ASU campuses.
 
Before joining the ASU Study Abroad Office, Carrie worked a number of roles related to international education and the student experience, including as a faculty member at a small liberal arts college in Minnesota and an editor for various meaningful travel and study abroad organizations. Carrie holds an M.A. degree from the University of New Mexico in Intercultural Communication and a dual B.A. degree in Spanish and Communication Studies from Winona State University.
 
Carrie’s first experience abroad was in France during high school complete with a Parisian family homestay. Once a college student, she declared a major in Spanish and was incessantly on the pursuit of cultural immersion that led to her fluency in the language now. Her own experiences as a first generation college student fuel her passion for helping ASU students see study abroad not only as possibility, but as a necessity. She was fortunate to study abroad in Granada, Spain, and Quito, Ecuador; to intern abroad in Córdoba, Argentina; to teach abroad in Roquetas de Mar, Spain; and to work abroad in Mérida, Mexico.
 
Carrie has contributed to the field of international education through the following accomplishments:

NAFSA National Conference (Denver, CO) 2016
Technology Poster Session: Six Steps to Better Student Generated Content
Additional Presenter: Megan Lee (GoAbroad.com)

Lessons From Abroad Conference (Denver, CO), February 2016
Panel Session: Breaking Into International Education
Additional Presenters: Erin Melton (Bridge Education Group) & Barbara West (Academic Programs International)

NAFSA Regional Conference, Region II (St. George, UT), October 2015
Workshop Presentation: Open Dialogue On Re-Entry For Education Abroad
Additional Presenters: Kyle Rausch (Arizona State University)
 
NAFSA National Conference (Boston, MA), May 2015
Poster Session: The Re-Entry Horizon: Past, Present, and Future Programming & Support
 
Lessons From Abroad Conference (Denver, CO), February 2015
Opening Plenary: A Vision of Re-Entry on the Silver Screen
Additional Presenters: Kat Hodgson (Colorado School of Mines) and Lauren Alexander (International Studies Abroad)
Workshop Presentation: Living an Internationally Focused Life
Additional Presenters: Chelsea Kindred (Academic Programs International) and Julie Pearson
 
ITB Berlin (Berlin, Germany), March 2015
Seminar Presentation: Creating Connection: Content Marketing & Volunteer Travel
 
NAFSA Region II Conference (Bozeman, MT), October 2013
Workshop Presentation: Speaking Their Language: Communicating Effectively With Faculty to Develop Meaningful Short-Term Programs
Additional Presenters: Dr. Vanessa Fernandez-Greene (Winona State University), Dr. Juan Fernandez-Iglesias (Winona State University) and Kyle Rausch (Arizona State University)