Kenneth J. Osfield has worked for the University of Florida since 1989, when he was hired as an assistant dean of students/director of disability resources and student government advisor. He currently serves as the Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Officer and an instructor in the student personnel in higher education program at the University of Florida’s College of Education. He received his B.S. in physical education, health education and recreation and his M.S. in human development, counseling and family studies from the University of Rhode Island. He holds an Ed.D. in higher education administration from the University of Florida.
Active within NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education since 1989, he is the past chair of the International Education Knowledge Community (2004-06), past Director of NASPA’s International Symposium (2002-04) and has been a team member on four NASPA International Exchange programs (Australia, China, Germany, and Ireland) and has hosted two NASPA international delegations. He is the founding network chair of the NASPA Disability Concerns Network (1992-04) (now Disability Concerns Knowledge Community). He is a founding member of the International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS).
Lisa Bardill Moscaritolo is Associate Vice President and Dean for Students at Pace University, Westchester Campuses, in New York. Lisa has a Masters in Higher Education and College Student Personnel from Florida State University, an Education Specialists degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Doctorate in Leadership from Barry University. She has sailed and worked with Semester at Sea a few times and most recently served as Dean for Student Life on the Spring 2015 voyage. Lisa is an advocate for international education and internationalization of student affairs/service practice and research. She has served as past chair of the International Education Knowledge Community (2006-2008) and has participated in a NASPA International Exchange to Germany in 2001 and has hosted an English, Australia/New Zealand and German delegation to the United States. She is a founding member and general secretary for the International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS).
Brett Perozzi is the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Weber State University. He holds a master’s degree in higher education from the University of Arizona and a Ph.D. in higher education from Indiana University. Brett has been an active volunteer leader with NASPA for more than a decade, as a regional representative for the International Education Knowledge Community, helping plan International Symposiums, serving as Chair of the Global Advisory Board, International Exchange Coordinator, and as a faculty member on NASPA’s study tours. He has authored book chapters, journal articles, and other publications on international higher education, and is invited to speak and present internationally on student affairs and services. Brett has taught in the higher education graduate programs at Arizona State, Colorado State, and Indiana Universities and is a founding member of the International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS).
Robert Shea is Associate Vice-President (Academic & Student Affairs) at the Marine Institute Campus of Memorial University and an Assistant Professor of Post- Secondary Education in the Faculty of Education at Memorial. He is passionately involved in the education of future adult and post-secondary leaders. Armed with an arsenal of degrees in political science, social work, education and a doctorate in higher education leadership; his career has taken him from the front lines of teaching youth with multiple barriers, to the boardrooms of national and international non-profits. He has served as president of four national organizations and has been involved in the leadership of over seven others at the international, provincial and regional levels, and was the second president of the International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) representing over 1,000 members in numerous countries around the world. He is currently the President - Elect of the Canadian Association for the Study of Higher Education.