|The Swiss School of Management is growing, and with this world wide expansion, it is also time to grow our internal team as well. In order to maintain the standards that the Swiss School of Management has become known for; it is our honor and privilege to announce the appointment of our new provost and our new director of international affairs and registration.|
Meet the Swiss School of Management Provost
Elizabeth Soliday Naui
Professor of Transcultural Communication, Leadership, Negotiation Skills, Conflict Management and Research
Dr. Elizabeth Soliday Naui earned her Doctorate Degree (Magna cum Laude) from the University of Nice in the South of France. She is one of the scholars of the Erasmus Mundos Mobility with Asia (EMMA) program. She’s been an academician `par excellence’ for the past 27 years. Her academic pursuits and accomplishments led her to international ventures, most recently to her appointment as the Provost of the Swiss School of Management.
She is the founder of several education initiatives in Barcelona, Spain where she is now based. The Barcelona Center for Applied Sciences (BCAS) and the International School of Applied Social Sciences (ISASS) are just among them. She also volunteers to help young and start-up entrepreneurs. She is one of the mentors of the Bridge for Billions, an organization that trains people with entrepreneurial mindset.
What is the role of the Provost?
The Provost is the chief academic officer of the Swiss School of Management and has responsibility for the school’s academic affairs.
The Provost collaborates with the President in setting overall academic priorities for the Swiss School of Management, and is charged with ensuring that the academic standard of the Swiss School of Management is carried out across all learning centers and collaborators.
Meet our new Director of International Affairs & Registration
Logan C. Pacey
Logan C. Pacey completed her Master of Business Administration through the Swiss School of Management Rome Learning Center in 2020 and quickly jumped on the opportunity to join the Swiss School of Management team. She started her career with the Swiss School of Management Student Affairs and quickly made her mark in the registrar and our international centers and collaborations around the world. Logan’s experience in international education spans from South America, South East Asia, the United States, to Europe. She has served as a teacher in English, human rights, and more, and has also worked as a study abroad assistant for the University of Washington Rome Center before joining the SSM team.
What is the role of the Director of International Affairs & Registration?
The Director of International Affairs & Registration is charged with ensuring that the institutional standards of the Swiss School of Management is carried out across campuses. The director is also charged with the launching and renewing of international collaborations and serves as a facilitator for communication and transparency across all international affairs.
In regards to registry, the director is charged with ensuring that the enrollment process and the eligibility of enrolled students is in line with the standards of the Swiss School of Management.