Larry A. Meyers
Larry has been involved with international education for over 30 years.
Lucrecia E. Choto
Lucrecia is originally from Guatemala. She has been active in the field of international education since her own junior semester abroad to Quito Ecuador through Pitzer & Scripps Colleges. She has most recently been with our department since 2007and from 1998 through 2004. She has studied, volunteered, worked and lived in Ecuador, Mexico and Brazil. She has mastery of Spanish & Portuguese. She looks forward to working with you throughout the entire process of participating on one our programs.
Renata was born and raised in Indonesia. She studied at Linfield College where she graduated with a BA in English Literature and a minor in Japanese in 2009. She worked at the Linfield International Programs Office for 4 years on a part-time basis and will continue supporting, exploring, and experiencing International Studies both in her professional and personal life.
Julie graduated from Lewis & Clark with a degree in History and Hispanic Studies in May 2012. She has worked with the Overseas & Off-Campus Programs Office since returning from her study abroad program in Havana, Cuba in 2010. She will be assistant-leading the Australia program in spring 2013 with Psychology faculty member Yueping Zhang. She is excited about encouraging students to study abroad, and has developed the Ask an Alum! online resource to connect past program participants with students interested in studying abroad with Lewis & Clark. In addition to supporting international education, Julie is also pursuing her interest in museum education as an intern with Object Stories at the Portland Art Museum.
Bria is from Tacoma, Washington and is a freshman here at Lewis & Clark. She is excited to be involved in the Overseas and Off-Campus Programs Office. Bria is passionate about travel and can’t wait to participate in an overseas program in the future. She plans to major in Psychology and eventually become an Occupational Therapist.
Grace is originally from Taiwan and when she was growing up she lived and studied in China, Czech Republic, Texas and California. She has been traveling for most of her life and she loves it, which is why she is so excited to join the Overseas & Off-Campus Programs Office. She now studies at Lewis & Clark as a freshman and her major is undeclared. She looks forward to participating on an overseas program to France when she has reached the language proficiency.
Josh is from Chicago and a senior East Asian Studies major. For his third year, he studied abroad on the Kansai Gaidai program in Osaka, Japan. He loves traveling, cooking, and language learning —which worked out wonderfully during his year abroad. For his future, Josh hopes to use his language skills in interpretation or teaching.