Donna Scarboro is Associate Provost for International Programs at The George Washington University, after serving in various administrative roles since 1996. She chairs GW's International Strategic Planning Council with the charge of strategic enhancement of GW's operations and academic offerings and is president elect of the Association of International Education Administrators.Dr. Scarboro is responsible for overseeing George Washington University's international centers, study abroad, and international academic exchange partnerships. During her career at GW, she has built and supported a range of on-campus and international programs, including interdisciplinary and experiential programs, summer programs, and one of GW's largest distance education programs.GW is among the most internationalized of U.S. institutions, with degrees, institutes, and research centers for international study in Washington, plus study abroad opportunities provided for over 1400 outbound graduate and undergraduate students annually. It is nationally ranked the 9th largest in study abroad for doctoral institutions sending students for a semester of study overseas.