Title/s: Adjunct Professor
Suzanne Eleanor McMillen is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University, College of Human Development. Following an internship at NYU Law School Consumer Protection Agency with Bruce Ratner, a three-year permanence in New York City ensued as the fundraiser for the New York Convention and Visitor’s Bureau along with various philanthropic project contributions. In 1980, she moved to Europe and lived between Paris, Geneva, and Rome, where she is a lecturer of English. Her professional experience in Rome includes: John Cabot University; LUMSA; the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum); University of Malta, Link Campus; LUISS; The British Council; Sapienza University of Rome, Departments of Biotechnology, Medicine, Pharmacy and Economics; and Roma Tre University, Department of Law. She also taught history at St. Apollinare High School for the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) scheme and is a successful event organizer for fundraisers, concerts, and art exhibits on a pro bono basis.
BS, Man-Environment Relations, Pennsylvania State University
History of tourism