As Program Manager at CEA, Carrie Myrick oversees program management initiatives for Chile, China, Costa Rica, England, Germany, Ireland, and South Africa. Her primary focus is collaborating across domestic and international departments to ensure consistency in the program experience and performance, while continuously working with international staff to improve quality and enhance efficiency.
As the primary liaison, Carrie assists international staff in program operations, domestic communications, and standardizing on-site practices that will contribute to overall student satisfaction.
Inspired by an amazing study abroad experience in Sweden during her undergraduate program, Carrie decided to pursue a career in international education. She has since worked as an International Exchange & Study Abroad Coordinator at the Center for International Studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and at the Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She also obtained her MBA in Vienna, Austria, worked abroad in Germany and Austria, and has traveled to more than 25 countries.
Cali Orr serves as one of CEA’s Program Managers, working across departments and locations to ensure memorable study abroad experiences. As a Program Manager, Cali focuses on consistency, standardization, and efficiency of on-site practices.
Prior to CEA, Cali has worked in international education and operations for the past five years with a focus on streamlining interdepartmental operations. Her work has allowed her the opportunity to work on-site, collaborate with both domestic and international staff, and leverage her background in research, tourism, and logistics.
Cali’s love of travel and international education stems from her semester abroad in Viña del Mar, Chile. After this experience and receiving dual bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Spanish from Denison University, she returned to northern Chile to teach English. Later, she returned to the U.S. as a Host Family Coordinator and obtained her MBA at American University in Washington, D.C., while working as a Program Manager for domestic programs. Cali has traveled to 15 countries and strongly believes in the transformative power of study abroad.