Samantha Antoine joins the International Center’s Global Engagement and Education Abroad team from Northwood Graduate and Family Housing at U of M where she worked for three years implementing programs and supporting the largely international population. Prior to working at U of M, she was a Senior Academic Advisor at Kent State University’s College of Communication and Information where she was responsible for global initiatives in the college advising unit. She is a two-time alum of Kent State, holding a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a focus on social inequality and a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs with a Certificate in Internationalization of Higher Education.
As a student, Samantha studied U.S. and international politics in Washington, D.C. while interning with an international NGO. She then studied abroad in Geneva, Switzerland, completing coursework in human rights and international organizations while working at the United Nations Human Rights Council as an intern with an NGO.
Outside of work, she enjoys adventuring with her spouse and two active kids.