Anat Levtov served as the assistant director for programs in the International Student Services and Activities (ISSA) office at the University of Notre Dame until August 2011. In this role, she oversaw ISSA’s cultural programming efforts, advised the International Ambassador peer leadership program, and coordinated international student orientation for students, parents, and spouses. Anat grew up as a “third culture kid,” attending international schools in five countries on three different continents, and still holds her Israeli citizenship. She completed her undergraduate degree in anthropology and psychology at Dartmouth College and holds masters degrees from the University of Vermont (higher education and student affairs) and the University of Michigan (higher education, with a focus on research, evaluation, and assessment). She previously worked in residence life and admissions in the United States and abroad. She is particularly interested in the transition process for traditionally-aged first year students.