Hallie Bodey is a leading expert in extracurricular and academic programming in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has worked on K-12, undergraduate, and graduate programs. She served as the Program Manager for the Center for Global Law and Policy at Santa Clara University, which boasts the largest US-accredited Law Study Abroad program in the country. Previous to that, she served as the Assistant Director for International Programs at Stanford University.
Hallie Bodey has an M.A. in Educational Leadership student at Santa Clara University School of Education and Counseling Psychology and an M.A. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages / Applied Linguistics from Columbia University. She is currently earning a doctorate at Santa Clara University, studying AI-assisted Advising and the future of Education.
Before joining academia, Hallie served as Vendor Manager for a NYC start-up focused on language translation. Hallie continues to be a sought out consultant for education start-ups and is available to advise students seeking to solve problems in the areas of education, language, and travel.
Hallie has taught and advised thousands of students and developed dozens of new partnerships and new programs, with a deep focus on internationalization and global programming. She has supported students in earning hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships for Study Abroad. She is a champion of leadership skill development in students, with a deep commitment to increasing opportunities for first generation, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and international students.
In her free time, Hallie scours the internet for travel ideas, studies Kanji (Japanese), and researches alternative housing.