Karin Sandler serves as the director of the Intensive English Program where she leads the IEP team in its mission to provide high-quality English language instruction to non-native English speakers seeking academic preparation, professional development, or personal enrichment. She is responsible for the direction and operation of the IEP and works closely with the Admissions department to ensure that students have a successful transition into their academic programs upon completion of the IEP.
In her previous position, she was the associate director of the English Language Institute at Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia where she managed the day-to-day operations of the Intensive English Program (IEP) in addition to teaching in the program. She has taught all academic skill areas and proficiency levels to students from all over the world. She also had the opportunity to live and work in Japan first as an assistant language teacher in the Japan Exchange Teaching Program and then as the academic coordinator for a new IEP created by Georgetown University in partnership with Osaka International University. She enjoys learning languages, trying new foods, and ballroom dancing.
Master of Arts in Teaching, TESOL and Bilingual Education, Georgetown University
Bachelor of Science in Languages, Spanish, Georgetown University