Miloni brings over a decade of experience in International Education to the CDDRL. She has lived in Spain, Hawaii, Singapore, and Chile as well as worked extensively in India. Her research interests include international development, global studies, international education, identity, and tertiary student mobility. She speaks fluent Spanish as well as conversational Hindi and Gujrati. Miloni was an Asia Pacific Leadership Program Fellow at the East West Center, a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, and most recently a Fulbright International Education Administrator Grantee in Japan. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Foothill College in the Business and Workforce Department. Miloni completed her doctoral studies at the University of California at Los Angeles in Social Sciences and Comparative Education with a concentration in International Education. Additionally, she has Bachelor’s in International Development Studies as well as Geography. Her favorite things to do are exploring different cultures through travel and food.