Kathryn Good has more than fifteen years of experience working with English language programs. Kathryn joined the Summer ICE program in 2014. She started her career teaching English to high school students in Hungary. In 2010, Kathryn joined the United Nations to serve as English coordinator, where she was responsible for English language training for diplomats and staff in New York, at the offices away from headquarters, and in peacekeeping missions. From 2000-2010, Ms.Good worked at Brown University as director of international programs and language area studies, where she developed all of Brown’s short-term and faculty-led study abroad programs, directed foreign language and ESL programs, and taught courses in language teaching methodology. Ms. Good was Senior Lecturer in German and ESL at Boston University and supervisor for student teachers in foreign languages at the BU School of Education. She has studied in Germany, led programs in Iraq, China, Saudi Arabia, France, Russia, Greece, Poland, and Spain, and and led taught in Hungary, Italy and Lebanon.