Isabelle grew up in Coolidge Corner in Brookline. She graduated from Arcadia University with a BA in History. For more than half of her university career, she was abroad, studying in London twice, Rome, and Stellenbosch. She continued in the field of education abroad by earning her MA in International Educational Development with a focus in Higher Education from Teachers College – Columbia University. While completing her masters, Isabelle worked within the Office of International Students at Teachers College. After graduating, Isabelle worked for two provider programs, CAPA and College Year in Athens, where she managed pre-departure processes. She also spent a year working and traveling in New Zealand where she led a CISAbroad faculty-led program throughout the North Island. She has presented at the NAFSA XI Regional Conference and served as a committee member at the annual New England Lessons from Abroad conference.
She enjoys traveling, going to the theatre, and spending time with her pets.