The 4th Annual Global Languages Leadership Meeting
The Center for Urban Language Teaching and Research (CULTR) is excited to announce the 4th Annual Global Languages Leadership Meeting will take place at Georgia State University on May 11, 2018. The Global Languages Leadership Meeting assembles participants and stakeholders from a variety of spheres in order to discuss and promote language learning throughout the PK-16 continuum.
Through the scope of language and cultural competency, leaders across the Atlanta’s sectors meet to discuss ways in which their organizations can collaborate on new ventures and opportunities for growth.
Attendees for this event consistently includes representatives among school leaders, legislation committees, government agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and businesses with international initiatives. For questions or an invitation to the 3rd Annual Global Languages Leadership Meeting, please complete the form in the next tab (at the top) or reach out to CULTR through email@example.com.
Join us as Seema Jain, Director of Multicultural Affairs at Marriott International, will present as the keynote speaker for the 4th Annual Global Languages Leadership Meeting.
In her current role as Director, Multicultural Affairs at Marriott International, Seema Jain has responsibility for developing tools and resources for Marriott associates and hotel properties to enhance cultural competencies to better serve the company’s broad diversity of guests and customers. Seema’s career with Marriott began 11 years ago with her work as part of the Global Sales Organization where she was an Account Executive.
Prior to joining Marriott, Seema spent several years in healthcare for Caremark, International where she focused on acquisition analysis of physical therapy centers. Seema also had her own independent consulting business where she prepared valuations for her clients seeking to acquire physical therapy centers.
Seema earned her BS in Finance from Miami University of Ohio and her MBA from DePaul University in Chicago. She is also a co-founder of two non-profit organizations – Supporting Excellence in Education Foundation (SEED), which awards scholarships to deserving high school students of Asian-Indian heritage entering college and the Young Jains of America (YJA) a national youth organization created to share Jain heritage and culture.