Loayza-Damergi active in international organizations

Renee Loayza-Damergi

Renée Loayza-Damergi, director of international admission, has been an active participant in several international organizations and has gained a stellar reputation in the international admission field.

She has served on committees and held leadership positions on the Council for International Schools (CIS) for several years. Having served on the Latin America Committee since 2012, she will chair the committee for 2018-19. She also serves on the cross and mentorship subcommittees.

CIS is a membership community committed to high quality international education, including more than 1,300 institutions—738 schools and 583 colleges and universities—representing 116 countries. Six higher education committees represent different regions of the world.

In the spring of 2019, Loayza-Damergi will help lead an educational recruitment tour of 15 universities to the Southern Cone of South America. She also serves on the board and is member-at-large of Study Florida, a consortium of 18 Florida universities promoting education in the state of Florida.

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