Erin Rasche has served as director of international safety and security at Kennesaw State University since October 2019. Her previous experience in international higher education includes positions as international risk management coordinator at The Ohio State University, and education abroad advisor at Kennesaw State University, where she earned a master’s degree in international policy management. Prior to focusing on international higher education in 2014, Erin’s career included refugee resettlement in Atlanta and teaching English in Japan. She also holds an MBA from Georgia College and State University, a B.A. from University of Georgia and is an Alternatives to Violence Project facilitator. During her free time, Erin enjoys hiking, kayaking, exploring new places and has a renewed appreciation for walking her dog.