Inger M. Bull
Director of International Programs
Ph.D., Higher Education Administration
Armstrong Hall 215
Inger Bull is the Director of International Programs at Colorado College where she oversees all study abroad programs and international student and scholar services. Prior to that she spent 13 years as Director of International Education at Nebraska Wesleyan University. She has led student groups to Australia, Mexico, Scandinavia, Spain, and Swaziland and has traveled throughout Europe, in Japan, and Peru. Most recently she lived in Stockholm during fall 2009 while on sabbatical with her husband. She received her doctorate in Higher Education Administration in 1996 from the University of Nebraska.
Heather Powell Browne
Assistant Director of Off-Campus Study
M.A., Intercultural Relations
Armstrong Hall 216
Heather Powell Browne is the Assistant Director of Off-Campus Study and has worked at Colorado College since July of 2008. She is originally from California, and studied communication and art history as an undergraduate at Santa Clara University, with a study abroad semester with the Syracuse University program in Florence. She has a Master’s degree in Intercultural Relations from the University of the Pacific in conjunction with the Intercultural Communication Institute, and her capstone work focused on digital storytelling as a method of intercultural learning and reflection. In her time outside of work, Heather lives in a cohousing community near campus and enjoys writing about music for her music blog, outdoor adventures and yoga, and going on road trips with her son.
Shiyanke R. Andrew Goonetilleke
International Programs Coordinator
M.S., College Counseling and Student Development
Armstrong Hall 213B
Shiyanke Goonetilleke is the International Programs Coordinator in the Office of International Programs (OIP). He joined the OIP team in February 2017 after completing two years of service at The Butler Center, where he supervised six interns, oversaw all program and event logistics while advising student leaders of five student organizations. Prior to his arrival at CC, Shiyanke completed his Master of Science degree in College Counseling and Student Development from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications with emphasis in Electronic Media and Public Relations from the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay. Shiyanke was born and raised in Colombo, Sri Lanka and relocated to the United States as an F-1 International student in 2006. In his leisure time, Shiyanke enjoys hiking, traveling across the U.S. and the globe to visit his family and friends. He also creates time each day to meditate and practice yoga.
Lisa Kosiewicz Doran
International Student Specialist
M.A., International and Multicultural Education
Armstrong Hall 217
Lisa Kosiewicz Doran is the International Student Specialist in the Office of International Programs (OIP) and has been a member of the OIP staff team since June 2014. Prior to joining CC, Lisa gained over 26 years of experience working with international students and scholars in a variety of positions at Mills College, the University of California-Berkeley, and the University of San Francisco, where she received her M.A. in International and Multicultural Education in 2004. When she's not busy preparing immigration documents, advising students about immigration, academic, and cultural adjustment issues, and planning and organizing programs for students, Lisa enjoys spending time with her husband and four stepchildren (and their cat, two dogs, and two horses), and pursuing a variety of craft activities.
International Student and Scholar Assistant
M.A., Organizational Management
Armstrong Hall 218
Donna Beziou is the International Student and Scholar Assistant in the Office of International Programs primarily advising J-1 Exchange visitors and F-1 students. Donna received her B.A. in International Relations/Asian Studies from the University of Colorado where she spent several semesters living and studying in Taiwan and China. After receiving her M.A. in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix in 1998, she knew that she wanted to continue her passion of working in International Education. She has been an international scholar advisor at CC since 2008 and has recently become a Designated School Official (DSO) for F-1 students. Outside of work, Donna enjoys watching movies, good coffee, practicing her Mandarin Chinese, and traveling with her husband (a former J-1 student) and three kids.