M.Ed., Widener University.
B.A., University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
Theresa started working at the College in 2008. She managed the college’s study abroad program, advised international students and faculty, and served as the College’s representative to US government agencies on F-1 and J-1 visa matters. In her current role, she advises students on academic matters, serves as director of the study abroad program, and coordinates the admission process for incoming international guest students. She is also the campus liaison and fellowships advisor for a number of national, local and dean’s office summer study abroad grants that provide financial support for students to study abroad.
She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana, and a Master’s degree in Student Personnel and Counseling in Higher Education from Widener University, Pennsylvania. Prior to Bryn Mawr, she worked at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut providing support services for international students and administering exchange programs.
Theresa lives in Princeton Junction, New Jersey with her husband, Reggie, and two daughters, Nana Konadu and Abrefi. She enjoys dancing, collecting artifacts from around the world, and reading children’s picture books.