Prior to coming to Swarthmore, Jennifer Marks-Gold served as an international student adviser at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa., for 16 years. She was also an adjunct professor at Cabrini, where she earned an Ed.M, and at Drexel University, her undergraduate alma mater.
Marks-Gold has assisted many area educational institutions as a consultant on U.S. Citizenship and Immigration regulations and is a member of the Association of International Educators, Philadelphia Area International Educators' Network, and the Main Line Advisors Group. In her spare time, Marks-Gold is an inventor of useful gadgets, one of which is copyrighted and under contract with a marketing company.
Describing herself as a creative thinker, hard working, and caring, Marks-Gold appreciates the "unique and supportive working environment" at Swarthmore. "The international students I've worked with so far have been outstanding," she says.