Anne-Marie has worked in the UK in international education for 10 years and has a total of 18+ years of experience in the international education sector. Her experience is comprised of program development and administration, admissions, compliance and relationship management, global marketing strategies, risk and crisis planning and management. Anne-Marie has been actively involved with NAFSA and the Forum on Education Abroad, as a member of NAFSA’s Trainer Corps and as part of proposal review panels on multiple occasions.
Anne-Marie holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Centenary College of Louisiana and a master’s degree in applied linguistics from Cardiff University. She studied abroad in Mexico and Wales (UK). She is excited to take the CEA London Center to the next level of excellence.
Cassandra Peacock's role as Program Director at CEA encompasses both administrative and operational duties. She helps students understand that their experience is not only about attending school, but about how much potential they have in their particular circumstances. Cassandra ensures students experience smooth arrivals, a ride from the airport, proper housing, and advice on what to eat, where to go, and things to see around London.
Prior to working for CEA, Cassandra was an English teacher and worked for Royal Caribbean International as a 2nd Guest Relations Purser, traveling all around the world. Cassandra graduated with honors in both her bachelor's degree in Tourism Administration, and master's degree in International Business from Universidad del Valle de Atemajac (Mexico).
Cassandra has lived and travelled around the globe, including the U.S., Germany, Finland, Panama, the Caribbean, Russia, Egypt, Argentina, Brazil, Estonia, and the U.K. She hopes her travels will soon take her to South Africa or Kenya. She enjoys reassuring students they've made a wonderful decision by choosing to leave the U.S. and embark on a study abroad adventure. "It's like seeing a small seed grow, becoming independent and secure."