Meet the International Education Team

Li Lowry, Director of International Education

Li has lived all around the world and has over 16 years of experience with international exchanges in higher education in New Zealand, China, and now in Seattle. Underlying her experience is he passion to help international students and scholars succeed. Her years of experience as a DSO/PDSO/RO as well as her experience supporting international students and scholars enables her to provide exceptional customer service and guidance in the field of international education.

Kristin Webster, CELE Lead Instructor

Kristin has 15 years’ experience working in the field of International Education, including university admissions and credential evaluation, immigration advising, and teaching English to speakers of other languages. She received her Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language from Gonzaga University. She currently leads the teaching staff in the International Education Department’s Center for English Language Education, and implements the educational side of its short term programs.

Rose Wu, International Admissions/Short-term programs coordinator

Rose immigrated to the U.S. at a young age, and understands the challenges of living abroad and learning a new language and culture. She has a Master’s Degree in Student Development Administration and has worked in international education in both public and private colleges. Rose is dedicated to providing quality service and enjoys interacting with diverse populations and helping them succeed. She apreciates travel, Christian fellowship and creative ventures.

Angel Meeks, International Programs Coordinator

Angel is completing her M.A. in International Community Development from Northwest University, focusing on cross-cultural relationships within the Global Church. She has traveled extensively in South East Asia, Europe, and South America and lived in Japan and Sweden. She is passionate about welcoming new students to the CELE program and helping them adjust to life at NU. Her interests include reading, hiking, and spending time with her family.

Skye Cornell, Senior International Student Advisor/Assistant Director of Short Term Programs

Skye is an NU graduate whose passion for international travel began at the age of three when she visited her grandfather in Scotland. In the NU business program she traveled to Asia for the first time, and was thrilled about the relationships that were formed between Chinese and American students. Skye’s favorite jobs always involve working with students. Most recently those roles were at NU as an RA and for two summers as a mountain guide in Canada with Young Life. Skye is passionate about helping students and sharing her home, the PNW, with them.

The CELE Team

Our CELE teachers come from a variety of backgrounds and have taught at all levels of education. They are excited to have you in their classrooms!