SIT Graduate Institute

Brattleboro, VT | Washington, DC

Ryland White

Professor
Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management

Courses Taught

Dismantling Disabilities

Foundations I: Intercultural Communication and Multicultural Teams

Learning and Professional Development Advising - Part 1

Learning and Professional Development Advising - Part 2

Training Design for Experiential Learning

Degrees

MIA, School for International Training
BA, Converse College

Ryland White

ryland.white@sit.edu
802 258-3327

Professor Ryland White has been a member of SIT Graduate Institute faculty since 1993. She teaches courses in training design for experiential learning, training for social action, dismantling disability, and ethics and intercultural training design. Her professional experience includes cross-cultural training for refugee resettlement, training Peace Corps volunteers and staff, worldwide cross-cultural “training of trainers,” and social justice. She has also served as a consultant to organizations that include Oxfam America, CARE America, EarthRights International, BRAC Bangladesh, the United Nations, and Heifer International. Her professional interests include experientially based education, training of trainers, intercultural communication, and social action work.