About Sheila Danzig, Chief Evaluator
• Doctorado en Educacion (=EdD), Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica
• Master of Arts in Transpersonal Studies, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA
• Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Hunter College of the City University of New York
Professor, Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica with the ability to grant academic credit for prior work experience in all subjects and at all levels, without limitation.
• Member, The American Evaluation Association (AEA)
• Member, The Association of International Educators (NAFSA)
• Member, The European Association for International Education (EAIE)
Sheila Danzig has served as Executive Director of Career Consulting International (CCI)
since 2002. She has evaluated foreign credential evaluation reports (including transfer
credit assessment) for foreign educated individuals from around the world for the
following purposes: applications for immigration status with the US Immigration and
Naturalization Service; application for professional licensing in various states; applications for US high schools, colleges and universities (including transfer credit assessment); and for use by numerous public and private organizations and institutions in the United States and abroad.
Evaluations by Sheila Danzig have been accepted by USCIS and its
predecessors since 2002. Sheila Danzig trained under Professor Mathew B. Michael Clark, ScD, Directing Evaluator of The American Evaluation Institute (AEI)/Norman Graduate Institute for six months in granting college level credit for experiential learning in 2003-2004, prior to Dr. Clark leaving the US.
Danzig co-created a Pilot Project entitled “A Pilot Project to Create a Uniform
System of Global Assessment and Evaluation of Students Entering Graduate College.”
Previously, she had worked with the Centro de Estudios Universitarios, Monterrey Nuevo
Leon, Mexico to create a pilot program for a multi-language global distant learning
program with the then-director of distance learning, Constansa Yarritu. She worked with
Yarritu instituting a program to grant college-level credit for experiential learning following the US Dept of Immigration 3-for-1 rule.
With Professor John Kersey of European-American University, Dominica, she co-authored a paper on the acceptance of the 3-Year Indian degree which has been accepted for
publication by the Indian Journal of Education, Academics India (http://www.academicsindia.com