Ms. Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs
Associate Faculty and Digital Professor
A native of Iowa, Ms. Boujaber-Diederichs has spent her career as an educator, activist, researcher, and nonprofit and university administrator. She is an Associate Faculty member and Digital Professor at Valencia and in the Dual Enrollment Program. Her interests are in international and experiential education, community development, poverty eradication, transnational collaboration, policy advocacy, social movements and gender/women’s issues in the U.S. and particularly in the Global South. She has worked, studied and lived in Mexico, Europe, Northern and Southern Africa, Central Asia, New York City and Washington D.C. She was a Fulbright scholar in Namibia during 1990-91, that country’s first year of independence. She has a Masters degree in International Affairs from Columbia University and a Bachelors degree in International Studies from The School for International Training. Currently she is working on her Ph.D. in Public and Urban Policy at The New School for Social Research. In addition to her teaching experience at the high school level and in language centers, she has worked for a nonprofit social investment fund for South Africa, a community development research center, and a coalition of women’s organizations advocating for sustainable development and global grassroots participation. Prior to living in Florida, she lived in New York City for over ten years.
Office: West Campus
Students may e-mail me at any time. I am online several times a day.