Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert is the founder, President and CEO of Academic Credentials Evaluation Institute, Inc. (ACEI). She is a published author and speaker on world education systems and advises institutions and organizations on emerging markets, credential evaluation standards, and building global pathways initiatives. She has served as Committee Chair for a number of professional associations related to higher education including NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), and the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE). She is currently the Chair of the International Education Standards Council that oversees the country profiles and credential advice for AACRAO’s Electronic Database on Global Education (EDGE). Jasmin is the current President of the Board of Directors of the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE), a non-profit professional association for credential evaluation service providers in the U.S. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of San Diego and an MBA from Pepperdine University.





Michael Kuehnert brings over 20 years of experience in film/video production to support your media and branding efforts.  He is Director of Acquisitions and Business Development at Video Project, a San-Francisco-based nonprofit media distribution corporation for documentaries focused on critical social and global issues for classrooms and communities. Previously, Michael was the co-owner of a commercial video production company in Los Angeles where he oversaw all aspects of production on hundreds of videos and commercials for Fortune 500 companies.  He is the Co-Founder and Executive Producer of Shanti Generation, a leader in teen yoga and mindfulness content creation. Michael has produced over 20 short films and directed the award-winning documentary Save the Farm, about activists' 11th-hour attempt to save the largest urban farm in America, which appeared on Netflix, The Doc Channel, and PIVOT, and features Daryl Hannah, Alicia Silverstone and Amy Smart.  His work with social media impact campaigns has developed into a media promotion and sales specialty concentrated on students and educational institutions.  His education includes BS in Business Administration from the University of Missouri, several semesters of UCLA screenwriting courses, and numerous screenwriting seminars.  Fun Fact: His short play “TV Land” had a one week run in 2003 at Grace Players Theater in Hollywood.


ABBY WILLS (she/her)

Abby Wills has over 20 years of experience integrating mindful practices for social-emotional health in diverse school settings both internationally and locally in Los Angeles. She brings her expertise in developmental education as well as extensive studies in yoga and mindfulness to both her consulting work and her teaching and writing. Abby has contributed articles on mindful practices to dozens of online and print publications including Edutopia, Mind Body Green, and LA Yoga Magazine and her work has been featured in various platforms including PBS and Yoga Journal. Her approach is informed by academic studies in social justice, trauma informed interventions, and non-violent communication. Abby holds a BA and MA in Human Development from Pacific Oaks College.

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Zina Rumleanscaia (she/her)

Zina Rumleanscaia has been ACEI’s Senior International Credential Evaluator since 2018. Previously, she served as Deputy Director of Foreign Credentials Service of America (FCSA) and as Deputy Director of International Education Services for the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (IES/AACRAO). Zina holds the Diploma de Licenta in Modern Languages from Alecu Russo Balti State University, Moldova. She received the Edmund S. Muskie Fellowship and earned the Master of Education in Higher Education Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts (UMASS).



Dmitry Satsuk has been active in the field of International Admissions and Enrollment Management for 20 years, focusing on international student enrollment and retention, and foreign credential evaluations. Previous, Dmitry served as Director of International Admissions at Manhattan College and was Associate Director of International Admissions at Eastern Connecticut State University.  He is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education. He is the Senior International Credential Evaluator of ACEI’s Global Consulting Team. Dmitry holds an MA in International Education from New York University and a BA from Minsk Linguistic University.