Dr. Amy Lewis is an assistant professor of humanities for INTO George Mason University. She teaches and coordinates courses in the Graduate International Pathways Program and is the project manager for the Mason International Collaborative. Her specialties include international education, intercultural learning, East Asia-U.S. relations.
With more than 15 years of experience in the public higher education and government sectors, Dr. Lewis has worked for distinguished universities in the U.S. as well as in South Korea, Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong. Her extensive travels have led her to nearly 40 countries. She has intermediate proficiency in Chinese and recently started learning Spanish.
Dr. Lewis is an active leader in education non-profit boards and professional associations. She currently serves as secretary to NAFSA’s Embassy Dialogue Committee on Education. She previously was the national director for professional development to the Society of Intercultural Education, Training, and Research (SIETAR-USA) and vice president to the Fulbright Association National Capitol Area Chapter.
Her doctorate is in educational leadership with a concentration in international education from the University of California, Santa Barbara.