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Kate Lamanna, Assistant Director of International Education

Kathryn (Kate) Lamanna

Assistant Director of International Education

+1 (201) 684-7533 /

Primary Responsibilities

Direct and coordinate the day-to-day operational aspects of all outbound international education programs (study, intern, research, and service learning) as well as initial intake of international exchange students. Act as the key liaison with colleagues across campus and with existing partnerships around the world to support students during the various stages of their international experience including; advisement, pre-departure, on-site, and post-program. Oversee all aspects of enrollment management for international programs, including tracking enrollment trends. Assess potential and review existing external partners for study abroad, international exchange, direct enroll, internships, and service-learning opportunities. Manage marketing, recruitment, pre-departure preparation, billing, scholarship awards, and insurance. Process enrollment reports using Terra Dotta Software (StudioAbroad). Collaborate with faculty to manage and support faculty-led programs. Develop and strengthen student support services (diversity, disability services, etc.) through liaising with Ramapo College staff, faculty and external partners. Supervise graduate assistant(s), student aide(s) & education abroad (Global Roadrunner) peer advisors.

On-Campus Service

  • Chair, International Programs Committee
  • Chair, International Programs Scholarship Committee
  • Advisor, Global Roadrunners
  • Case Manager, COVID-19 Response Team
  • International Section Content Coordinator, Ramapo College Yearbook
  • Member, Ramapo College Social Media Group

Off-Campus Service

Chair & Co-Founder
New Jersey Partnership for Study Abroad


Master of Arts, Cultural Sustainability (2012)
Goucher College, Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.

Bachelor of Arts, Communications (2006)
Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, U.S.A.

Study Abroad Semester (2004)
Dublin Business School, Dublin, Ireland.