Martha Johnson
University of Minnesota

Dr. Martha Johnson is the Assistant Dean for Learning Abroad at the University of Minnesota.  She has worked in international education since 1991 for organizations and institutions in the U.S., Ireland, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Her experience includes on-site program management, program development and marketing, management of a large university education abroad office, and teaching of short-term programs.

She holds a Ph.D. in American Studies with an emphasis in drama and the performance of gender, race, and cultural identity from the University of East Anglia (UK). She has presented at numerous international conferences and has authored articles and chapters for publications including Frontiers and Text and Performance.

She has served in leadership positions for NAFSA, the Global Leadership League, and the Forum on Education Abroad, and she currently Chairs the Board for the Fund for Education Abroad.

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