Catalina Monsalve serves as a Senior Program Coordinator for the Office of Global Outreach and Extended Education in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Ms. Monsalve supports a broad portfolio of global, non-credit and professional programs and oversees evaluation of programs/projects effectiveness to implement the goals and objectives including improving methods, project delivery, evaluation methodology and implementation. Catalina has been working in higher education for the past 11 years, and has been at ASU for 8 years.
Before joining GOEE, Catalina worked at the U.S. – Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E), a USAID-funded project in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development at ASU. In this role, Catalina supported the Director of Fiscal and Business Operations with the management of financial and operational processes for the project for staff based in the U.S. and Pakistan.
Prior to her role in KED/USPCAS-E, Catalina worked at the ASU’s School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) supporting the leadership team administering a portfolio of programs, services and personnel functions.
Preceding SHESC, Catalina worked at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication as a program coordinator. In this role, Catalina supported the leadership team and coordinated program activities for News21, Media Sales Institute (MSI), Meredith-Cronkite, Village Voice, and the Cronkite Professional Programs.
Catalina earned her bachelor’s degree in business/public policy from the W.P. Carey School of Business with a minor in urban planning. She also holds a certificate of International Business Relations. She is currently pursuing a Project Management (PMP) Certification through the ASU PM Network.
U.S. Latin American Relations
U.S. Foreign Policy
Language learning to support academic achievement and cultural awareness
Learning Outcomes of Traveling Experiences
Employee Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Workplace Democracy