The UW Alumni Association's annual Husky reception in Taiwan is just around the corner and you're invited! Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your connection with other UW alumni. Join us for an afternoon filled with food, friends and a special UW guest speaker!
UW guest speaker
Vice Provost Jeffrey Riedinger from Office of Global Affairs
Vice President Denzil J. Suite from Student Life
Senior Director Ray Li from International Advancement
Dr. Riedinger has leadership and administrative responsibility for the University's diverse global programming including support for international research, study abroad, student and faculty exchanges, and overseas centers. He also serves on the faculty of the University of Washington School of Law, and is a member of the Board of Directors and Vice President for Scholarship and Institutional Strategy for NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
A native of Washington, Dr. Riedinger earned a Juris Doctorate from the UW School of Law as well as master's and doctoral degrees from Princeton University. He previously served as Dean of International Studies and Programs and faculty member at Michigan State University.
Denzil Suite serves as Vice President for Student Life, provides leadership for a wide-range of programs and services that support students in their transition to the university and deepen their out-of-class experiences. These programs and services include: Housing and Food Services, Student Activities, Union Facilities, Student Publications, Recreational Sports, Counseling Center, Disability Resources, Career Center, Ceremonies, Greek Relations, Community Standards and Student Conduct, Health and Wellness and University Police.
Ray Li is the Senior Director for International Advancement at University of Washington. Prior to joining the UW, he served as the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Advancement for Neighborhood House for 12 years, a local King County social service agency serving low-income, refugee and immigrant communities. Ray also served as the Assistant Director of Development for the American Red Cross – Greater Hartford Chapter and was involved as a volunteer and paid staff of both the Canadian Red Cross and the American Red Cross - Seattle King County Chapter. Ray holds degrees from Seattle University (Masters in Non-Profit Leadership), University of British Columbia (BSc. - Biopsychology), and a certificate in Organizational Communications from the University of Washington.
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