Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Stanford University


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Johanna Wee   Download vCard
Sales and Marketing Manager, SPICE, and Technical Advisor, Sejong Korean Scholars Program

Encina Hall East, E006
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6055
(650) 723-1114 (voice)
(650) 723-6784 (fax)

Johanna Wee is the Sales and Marketing Manager for the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE). In addition to this role, she also manages the development of online resources for SPICE. Prior to joining SPICE in 2005, Johanna was the Communications Coordinator for the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, a Market Researcher for The NASDAQ Stock Market, and a teacher on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program in Nara, Japan.  

Johannas academic interests lie in web-based learning environments and educational market research. She received her Bachelor of Science in Finance from Santa Clara University and her Masters of Arts in Education with a concentration in Instructional Technologies from San Francisco State University.

Johanna has contributed articles to The International Educator, and she has developed or co-developed the following web- and text-based activities for SPICE:

Interactive website: Modes of Transmission
Interactive website: Along the Silk Road
Interactive website: The City of Beijing
Teacher's guide for Sadako's Paper Cranes and Lessons of Peace

She also coordinated and developed the course content for the Sejong Korean Scholars Program, a distance education course for high school students.

Johanna has organized SPICE participation at the following conferences: the National Council for Social Studies in Kansas City, San Diego, Houston, and Seattle; International Baccalaureate of the Americas in New Orleans; Asia Society’s Partnership for Global Learning in Washington D.C. and New York City; the European Council for International Schools (ECIS) in Nice, Madrid, Lisbon and Amsterdam; and the East Asia Regional Council of Schools (EARCOS) in Manila, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Kota Kinabalu. She has presented teacher seminars at Teachers College, Columbia University; National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Stanford University; Partnership for After School Education; ECIS; and EARCOS.

She is currently a board member of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association of Northern California.