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Title: Best Practices for Successful International Program
Date & Time: February 7, 2014 11am PST
Jing Luan, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor, Educational Services and Planning
San Mateo CCCD - Cañada College, College of San Mateo, & Skyline College
Jing Luan, Ph.D. is Vice Chancellor of Educational Services & Planning at San Mateo County
Community College District. He graduated from college at the age of 18, received his
postgraduate degrees and training in the U.S. (Ph.D. from the Mary Lou Fulton School of
Education at Arizona State University, IT Certification from UC Santa Cruz and Institute of
Education Management Certificate of Completion from Harvard University).
He has been president of many of his professional organizations, including the American
National Research and Planning Council for Community Colleges (NCCCRP), the RP Group,
the California Association of Research and Planning, among others. He is currently Vice
President of Community Colleges for International Education (CCIE) and Vice President of the
Global Beca Foundation, Member of the Membership Committee of the American Association
of International Education Administrators (AIEA), Founding Director and President-elect of
Study California, and board member of the San Mateo County Workforce Investment Board.
He is a published author and speaker on topics of higher education management, data
mining, planning, and international education. He is or has been a member of Joint Venture
Silicon Valley Strategy Development; China Information Economics Society Associate;
Achieving the Dream Data Coach; David R. Pierce Outstanding Faculty Technology
Reviewer; and Editorial Board Member of the Student Services i-Journal.
Joi Lin Blake, Ed.D.
Vice President of Student Services
Skyline College
Dr. Joi Lin Blake is the Vice President of Student Services at Skyline College and holds a
Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership with an Emphasis in Postsecondary
Education/Community Colleges from San Diego State University in San Diego, California. She
holds a Master's Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling from San Diego State
University and a Bachelor of Arts from San Francisco State University with a major in Health
Education, an emphasis in Community Health and a minor in Spanish. She has an extensive
background working in K-12 and community colleges with underrepresented and underprepared
student populations. Her expertise is in innovative program development both in instruction and
student services. She currently serves as the co-chair of the International Education Advisory
Committee for the San Mateo County Community College District.
Kelley Brayton
Dean, International Education
Santa Monica College
Kelley Brayton is the Dean of International Education at Santa Monica College in California.
She oversees a comprehensive international education program inclusive of international
student services, study abroad and co-chairs the Global Citizenship Council. SMC hosts 3400
F-1 international students from more than 100 countries and ranks as the second largest
international student population at the community college level nationally.
Kelley has worked with the development and implementation of international programs with
community colleges for the past 17 years from a rural community college in southern Oregon to
a large comprehensive one in California. She has been engaged with training and
presentations on development of international programs at the community college level. Kelley
has presented nationally “Funding for Innovation in International Education” – an overview of a
funding formula for international education and how to develop international student service
programs while reserving a portion of the non-resident tuition revenue for campus/curriculum
internationalization initiatives and professional development opportunities for faculty and
classified staff to foster a more inclusive campus community.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Eastern Washington University and
a Masters in International and Intercultural Management from the School for International
Training (Vermont). Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Kelley has worked abroad in England,
Australia and Saudi Arabia and traveled to over 45 countries.