Tina oversees the full range of Center Operations. In addition to ensuring support for the Center’s faculty and programs, she handles its financial, human resource, and office management. She also oversees the Center’s print and Web publications. She holds a B.A. and an M.B.A. from the University of Dallas.
Zoe is responsible for career and academic advising for current students, as well as for promoting the MAGES program among prospective students and working with the MAGES alumni association. Before coming to the BMW center, Zoe worked at the Center for Law and Social Privacy advocating for paid sick and safe time laws.
Robyn manages the BMW Center’s portfolio of non-academic programs and events as well as its communications and public relations outreach. Before coming to the BMW Center, Robyn spent three years living in Seoul, South Korea teaching English to preschool and elementary school students.
Adrienne provides operational support to the faculty, staff, and students of the BMW Center. Prior to joining the Center, she interned at various non-profits, the European Parliament in Brussels, and the German Marshall Fund, where she was able to apply her studies and knowledge of the European Union.