Staff Contact Information
The Education Abroad Department is a fully staffed department within the International Programs division at Pace.
All inquiries - firstname.lastname@example.org
New York City Office
163 William Street, 16th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 346-1368
861 Bedford Rd
Pleasantville, NY 10570
Phone: (914) 773-3425 or (914) 773-3009
Sr. Associate Director
Assistant Director, Faculty-Led Programs
Pace Student Peer Advisors
Our office is staffed by Pace students who we call "Pace Abroad Leaders" (PALS). PALs help to answer general questions about Pace study abroad programs. All PALs are returned study abroad students who are eager to share their experiences with you!
Camryn Conroy - NYC PAL
University of Mannheim during Spring 2019
Camryn is a junior and a double major in Communications Studies and Political Science, with a minor in Pre-Law. She's a member of Kappa Delta Sorority and the National Society for Leadership and Success. She studied abroad at the University of Mannheim, in Germany. She is so excited to share her experiences from traveling and studying abroad!
Carlos Munoz - NYC PAL
John Cabot University during Spring 2019
Carlos is a senior from Miami, majoring in Communication Studies, with a minor in Arts and Entertainment Management. He recently studied abroad in Rome, Italy. at John Cabot and loves to share his stories about the Italian culture and his experiences over there. At Pace, he's been involved with organizations such as Setter Spirit Ambassadors, PACE Board, and he's worked as an orientation leader in the summer. Feel free to talk to Carlos about anything and he will gladly love to make conversation!
Kendra Orrell - NYC PAL
Universidad Pontifica during Spring 2018
Kendra is a senior and an International Management major with a minor in Spanish and Marketing. She also serves as a Peer Leader and is involved in the Residence Hall Association, NRHH, ASPIRE and Hall Council. She studied abroad at Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICADE in Madrid, Spain. Kendra looks forward to sharing all of her experiences from traveling abroad!
Mackenzie Morgan - PLV PAL
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in Summer 2018 and "Rome: The Eternal City" faculty-led study abroad course during Spring/Summer 2019
Mackenzie is a junior majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Religious Studies and Anthropology/Sociology. She is the Founder and President of the Pace Book Club, Treasurer of Ignite, a mentor for the Setters Leadership Program, and a member of the Academic Conduct Committee. Mackenzie studied abroad in Rome and Florence with Dr. Hundersmarck and traveled to Malaysia for the Asian Pacific Student Services Conference with former Dean of Students, Dean Lisa. She is excited to share her experiences with students and give them advice on starting their adventure abroad.
Mei Snow - NYC PAL
Fudan University during Fall 2018; Korea University during Spring 2019
Mei is a junior, and a Global Marketing Management major with an Economics minor. She spent a semester studying in China at Fudan University where she was able to immerse herself into Chinese culture and the city of Shanghai. Then, she went to South Korea and attended Korea University where she got involved on campus and learned from professors from around the world. Both programs were through The Education Abroad Network (TEAN). Mei is excited to look to her next opportunity to go abroad and share her experiences.
Priyanka Eluri - NYC PAL
University of Westminster during Spring 2018
Priyanka is a senior at Pace University NYC studying Global Marketing Management in the Lubin School of Business. She spent the Spring 2018 semester (her sophomore year) studying abroad at the University of Westminster in London. Priyanka is also extremely passionate about travel.
Skyler Lelakowski - PLV PAL
TEAN Abroad: Chiang Mai University, during Fall 2018
Skyler is a senior at Pace University PLV, majoring in Business Management with a minor in Marketing. She is a member of the Phi Signma Signma Sorority and a manager at Pace Delivers. Skyler studied abroad in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where she was able to immerse herself into Thai culture. Skyler looks forward to her next opportunity to go abroad and is beyond excited to share her experiences from travelling in Southeast Asia.