FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 9, 2020
HALIFAX – EduNova welcomes Eleanor L. Anderson BBA, MTA as its newest community board member.
“EduNova’s Board of Directors looks forward to working with Eleanor, we are pleased to welcome her experience and skillset. EduNova and Nova Scotia’s international education sector will benefit from Eleanor’s experience given the importance of the International education sector to the regional economy and society of Cape Breton” Peter Ricketts EduNova Board Chair.
Eleanor holds a Masters of Tourism Administration with a concentration in Sustainable Destination Management (2010) from The George Washington University, USA. She has over two decades of practical, relevant experience with specialized expertise in stakeholder engagement and communications.
With a long-standing commitment to enhancing international student services, international programs and partnership development, Eleanor is well equipped to steer the organization towards a sustainable future as a valued EduNova Board member.
Ms. Anderson worked as a faculty member of the Shannon School of Business at Cape Breton University (CBU)—where she continues to teach part-time—and was the inaugural Director, CBU Global, located in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Her role included strategic and tactical support to enhance international programs and partnership development, including those of the Beijing Office and Egyptian campus. Her mandate required cultivating faculty and student exchanges, developing curriculum pathways and enhancing international student services.
From 2014 to 2018, Eleanor served as Director of Recruitment and Director of Enrolment Services at CBU, during which time, the university experienced extraordinary international enrolment growth from key markets including India, China, Vietnam, Bangladesh and across Africa.
The EduNova Board is pleased to have Eleanor join the board as a community member to continue to steer and advance internal education relations in Atlantic Canada. EduNova looks forward to Eleanor’s contributions and is delighted to have her serve as a community board member.