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Many of us on the StudyUSA Global team were once international students ourselves, and each of us is an expert in higher education. As your trusted partners, our representatives go the extra mile for your institution to give great return on investment. We travel the world putting your school’s brand in front of the right eyes at education and recruitment fairs, leverage the years of trusted industry relationships, and maximize your outreach efforts with content translated into 14 different languages.
Renait Stephens is the CEO and publisher of American Campus and Study in the USA. Formerly the creative director of Study in the USA (parent company of American Campus), Renait now leads the modern multimedia company, with its magazine and websites reaching more than two million international students a year. Renait has received awards from Apex and the Western Publishing Association, along with recognition as a SBA Small Business Person of the Year Semi-Finalist. She studied at Royal Holloway, University of London and graduated from The Evergreen State College.
Barbara Gaynes is the co-founder, and former editor in chief of American Campus. Previously she was a New York Times Syndicate managing editor, the editor of Choosing the Right College (New York Times e-book), the editorial director of Kurtin Communications (custom publishing), and an editor at Good Housekeeping magazine. Barbara is the mother of Duke University and Tulane University students and graduated from the University of Florida, College of Journalism and Communications.
Sutton Long is the creative director and editor of American Campus and Study in the USA. Formerly she was an editor at 3D Design magazine and art director at VegNews magazine. Her work has been recognized by the Society of Publication Designers, and she is the recipient of awards from the Western Publishing Association, Niche Media, and Apex. Sutton graduated from William Smith College.
GLORIA BROWN ANDERSON
Gloria Brown Anderson is the co-founder and former publisher of American Campus. Prior to that she was the vice president for International and Editorial Development at the New York Times News Services, the president of The New York Times Syndicate, president of the World Editors Forum. She received the International Matrix Award from Women in Communications and was a featured speaker at Peking, Fudan, and Sichuan Universities. Gloria is a graduate of the University of Texas and the University of Wisconsin.