Jacqueline Bueno Sousa will join the College of Business at Florida International University as regional director of SBDC at FIU, the Florida Small Business Development Center for Miami-Dade County that recently opened at the university. Before, she was a director with i2 Integrity, an international strategic advisory firm. Before that, she had been a reporter an editor at several publications. She has a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Florida and a master's in public administration from FIU.
Jody Glassman has been named director of undergraduate admissions at Florida International University. There she will oversee student recruitment operations and develop strategic plans for undergraduate enrollment. Before, she was associate director of admissions and enrollment programs at The College Board. She has a bachelor’s in English literature from the University of South Florida and a master’s in education, enrollment management, from Capella University.
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Olivier Bouclier has been appointed associate dean for executive education-graduate business programs at the University of Miami School of Business Administration. Before, he was executive director of business development for graduate business programs at the school. He has a doctorate in management from Case Western Reserve University and an MBA in international management from Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Ezra Levy has been named head of school at Scheck Hillel Community School in North Miami Beach. Before, he was associate head of school. Levy has a doctorate of education in organizational leadership, with a concentration in curriculum and instruction, a master’s degree in special education, and rabbinical smicha.
David Shulman has been named campus president for Broward College Online. Before, he was interim associate vice president of instructional technology at Broward College. He has a bachelor’s in computer science from Western International University, a master’s in educational computing and technology from Barry University and a Ph.D. in information science from Nova Southeastern University.
Frances P. Allegra has been named president of The SEED School, a college-prep, public boarding school for South Florida students that is opening in August. Allegra is former CEO of Our Kids. She has a bachelor’s in Spanish literature from Dickinson College and a law degree from Seton Hall University.
Lawrence Avers, left, is senior vice president of campus services. He previously was AEG’s vice president of student development. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachus etts, Amherst.
Mark Young, right, has been named senior vice president of operations. He formerly was AEG’s regional vice president of the north division. Young has a bachelor’s in psychology, and an EdD in educational leadership, from the University of Michigan; a master’s in business administration from Central Michigan University; a master’s in clinical psychology from Michigan Theological Seminary; and an MBA in nonprofit administration from Cleary University.