Jesse Lutabingwa serves as the Associate Vice Chancellor for International Education. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Economics with a Political Science minor; a Master’s degree in International Development Management, and a Ph.D. in Public Administration. Lutabingwa has more than 27 years of work experience in international education and international development. As part of his international education and development work designed to make a difference in people’s lives, Lutabingwa has been involved in numerous projects around the world, especially in developing countries.
Brian MacHarg is the director of academic civic engagement. He works with ASU faculty to support the integration of service-learning and other forms of experiential education into the curriculum. He teaches classes on service and civil discourse and has taught numerous courses abroad. His PhD is in Education from Barry University in Miami, Florida.
Mallory Sadler serves as Executive Assistant to the Associate Vice Chancellor for International Education. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia and is currently pursuing a M.A. in Higher Education from Appalachian State University. She acts as logistics coordinator for the Teaching Excellence and Acheivement and Mandela Washington Fellowship Programs at Appalachian.
As the Assistant Director for Leadership Development, Doug Baer helps students discover who they are and how finding their passions can transform their lives. As a leadership professional and educator, leading by example is critically important to Doug. Integrity, positive team dynamics, and maintaining momentum towards achieving a shared vision are vital components of Doug’s leadership style. Doug is a certified Clifton Strengths coach, specializing in group and team dynamics. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Truman State University in Missouri and a Master in College Student Personnel Administration from the University of Central Missouri.