Tara Harvey, PhD, possesses a unique combination of breadth of experience in international education and depth of knowledge and understanding of the process of facilitating intercultural learning. She has worked in international/intercultural education for over fifteen years—teaching English abroad, advising international students, researching international education, facilitating intercultural training, teaching intercultural courses, designing curriculum, and training fellow educators. As an advisor to F and J student visa holders at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Tara developed an intercultural training program to help faculty and staff work more effectively with international students. At the University of Minnesota—where she also earned a PhD in Comparative and International Development Education—Tara taught two innovative courses designed to help students learn from and through their own intercultural experiences. As the Academic Director of Intercultural Learning at CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange), she developed the signature course, ‘Intercultural Communication and Leadership’ (offered at more than 20 study centers around the world) and integrated intercultural learning frameworks into CIEE’s wide array of study abroad programs. The Founder of True North Intercultural, Tara is a consultant, trainer, and coach focused on helping educators and institutions of higher education increase intercultural learning. She is also Adjunct Faculty in Intercultural Competence at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and Associate Faculty at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication.