Office: +1-603-646-9306 / Email: Lisa.B.Miller@tuck.dartmouth.edu
Lisa directs the Bakala TuckGO Program, through which each student must take at least one TuckGO course in a country that is new to them. She designed TuckGO’s intercultural learning curriculum and engages in individual coaching and teaching about intercultural competence.
Lisa has worked in international education since coming to Tuck in 2006, running Tuck’s international center, founding its flagship travel course Global Insight Expedition, building its travel health, safety, and security capabilities, and working with faculty and students on a range of curricular and cocurricular programs. Prior to Tuck, Lisa held international roles at Ford Motor Company and venture-backed starts-ups and worked and studied in Asia and Africa. She graduated from the Wharton School and the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania with an MBA in marketing and an MA in international studies–China.
Office: +1-603-646-4016 / Email: Annika.K.Turner@tuck.dartmouth.edu
Annika is an sssociate director and works with both the Global Insight Expedition course and Term Exchange program.
Annika has been in the international education field since 2009, working in a number of study-abroad offices as a study-abroad adviser and as a short-term study-abroad program manager. She graduated from Franklin & Marshall College, where she had the opportunity to study abroad in both Scotland and France, and pursued her master’s degree in international and comparative education at the George Washington University.
Office: +1-603-646-9059 / Email: Rebecca.K.Dickey@tuck.dartmouth.edu
Rebecca is an assistant director working on TuckGO programs. She is also responsible for visa research and assistance for those students participating in TuckGO courses.
Rebecca previously worked as an immigration paralegal in the Boston office of Berry Appleman & Leiden, a global law firm focused on legal services associated with corporate immigration. She also served as a visa specialist at the U.S. Department of State’s National Visa Center. Rebecca has a master’s degree in international relations from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Colorado Boulder.