Kim Eagles, Ph.D.
Dr. Kim Eagles is the CEO of Global – Ed Consulting and Educational Resources based out of Southern California. Global-Ed Consulting and Educational Resources provide a variety of educational services for the transforming climate of global educators and students. The services include educational consulting, professional lectures, leadership and team building workshops, international academic tours, higher educational career planning, and curriculum design.
Dr. Eagles began her undergraduate studies in Social Ecology at the University of California, Irvine, which prepared her for understanding the values in meeting the needs of a holistic global community. Her education includes a Masters of Arts Degree in Corporate Communication and Global Leadership for Entrepreneurs. Dr. Eagles received her Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership specializing in International Education and Collaboration. She has completed extensive research on “An exploration of collaborative perspectives and barriers that exist in international education systems in China”. This experience has led her to become an expert of the phenomenon occurring in China that is attempting to bridge “East meets West” education.
In 2005, her professional experience in higher education began at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ with the Adult and Family Development Project within a longitudinal research study. At Arizona State University, she collaborated with Dr. Wosinski on the developing team for the University-Community Partnership for Social Action Research Network (UCP-SARnet). In 2009, this collaboration led to a position as Director of World Academy for the Future of Women and Adjunct Instructor at Sias International University, China. The World Academy for the Future of Women organization helped to develop over 300+ university students to advance in women’s leadership worldwide. In 2012, Dr. Eagles became the lead instructor for international teachers at Maple Leaf International School, TEDA Tianjin, China. In Tianjin, she presented personal development training workshops on improving teaching skills and techniques needed to organize and effectively teach K-12 classes within Chinese educational reform. The Maple Leaf International School system was the location of Dr. Eagles’ case study field research in China. The experience of living in China has led her to maintain the focus and great enthusiasm to come alongside the diverse needs of global leadership, community, and sustainability. Dr. Eagles maintains a strong grasp of the planning process necessary for developing international students to execute an academic plan for preparation in attending Western universities.