Alice Craven is an award-winning program designer, educator, and administrator. Holding a PhD from New York University (NYU), she is based at the American University of Paris. She is distinguished in research in cinema, literature, and language acquisition and pedagogic programs. Alice has taught at NYU, Dauphine, and Sciences Po Paris. An accomplished educator and partner in the learning process, Alice delivers content in a creative and effective manner designed to effect lasting change. Her corporate clients have included medical professionals, academic leaders, and directors of organizations such as EDF, Thomson, and la Banque de France. Alice never loses sight of stakeholders’ objectives. Fifteen years of experience evaluating programs ranging from international secondary education to CEO-level corporate training has attuned her to the cutting edge needs of academic as well as professional pedagogies. Alice conducts research, writes articles, and produces videos/podcasts in a vast range of topics: she is as comfortable with analyzing semiotics for retail stores as she is with Bertolt Brecht and Breaking Bad.