Office: +1-603-646-9306 / Email: Sarah.B.Miller@tuck.dartmouth.edu
Lisa Miller is the Director of Global Insight Expeditions (GIXs), a program she founded in 2009 while working at Tuck’s Center for International Business. She has since transformed GIXs from non-credit educational activities into credit-bearing courses that form part of the TuckGO requirement. In addition to leading the GIX program, Lisa continues to work with the Dean’s Office on global initiatives, including Tuck’s strategies for international outreach and partnership. Lisa joined Tuck in 2006. She has served as associate and executive director of Tuck’s Center for Global Business and Government (CGBG), where she and her colleagues established productive alumni and executive networks for global programming, and expanded the CGBG’s MBA Fellows program to support faculty research and curricular activities. Prior to Tuck, Lisa was director of product management at SensAble Technologies and director of product marketing at Sitara Networks, both venture-backed, high-tech companies. She is also an alumna of the Marketing Leadership Program at Ford Motor Company. Lisa earned her undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College and her MBA/MA from the Wharton School and The Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania.
Office: +1-603-646-4016 / Email: Annika.K.Turner@tuck.dartmouth.edu
Annika K. Turner is the Associate Director of Global Insight Expeditions (GIXs) and Term Exchange. Before joining Tuck in 2018, she served as the short-term program manager at the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University in Minnesota, working with faculty members to develop short-term study abroad programs in various locations such as Ecuador, Fiji, Spain, Italy, and South Africa. Annika worked with faculty throughout the development stages, including helping directors identify locations for their programs, developing a robust and academically rigorous itinerary that related to learning goals, and helping to prepare both faculty and students for the abroad experience. She also worked with global internship program, partnering with organizations and alumni in the United Kingdom, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Germany, helping to connect students with in-country internship opportunities. Annika has also worked as a Study Abroad Advisor at The George Washington University, advising undergraduate students on semester and short-term program opportunities in Europe and Asia as well as partnering with more than 30 partners around the world to facilitate exchange programs. Additionally, she was a Global Learning Advisor at the University of South Dakota, working in study away opportunities for a diverse group of students, including American Indian, first generation, and other non-traditional students. Annika earned her undergraduate degree in History and French from Franklin & Marshall College (2009), having studied abroad in Scotland for a summer and a full year in France, and a Master’s degree in International Education from The George Washington University (2011).
Office: +1-603-646-9059 / Email: Rebecca.K.Dickey@tuck.dartmouth.edu
Rebecca joined Tuck in the fall of 2017. She manages logistical, technical, and administrative activities associated with GIX. Rebecca coordinates the process by which students learn about, evaluate, register for, and prepare to travel on GIXs. She is also responsible for visa research and assistance for those students participating in TuckGO courses.
Rebecca previously worked as a paralegal at in the Boston office of Berry, Appleman, and Leiden, a global law firm focused on legal services associated with corporate immigration. Rebecca also served as a visa specialist at the U.S. Department of State’s National Visa Center. Prior to that she worked in Human Resources and Recruiting at a top tier law firm and government contactor in the Washington, DC area.
Rebecca has a master’s degree in International Relations from University of Aberdeen in Scotland and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado (Boulder). She studied abroad in London at Regent’s College for her junior year and served as an intern in British Parliament.