American Higher Education Alliance Announces the Launch of Its New Website.
Boca Raton, FL 02/13/19 – The American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) is proud to announce the launch of its website and corporate brand identity at AHEAlliance.org. AHEA’s mission is to promote and facilitate opportunities in higher education in order to enhance the international learning experience.
AHEA benefits higher education institutions by promoting student enrollment growth, faculty and curriculum development, and internationalization of the student body. By advocating for cross-border education, AHEA is at the forefront of helping the next generation of global citizens learn, experience, connect, and thrive.
“Our new website and corporate identity are extensions of our brand promise, and both are designed to introduce our mission to higher education institutions in the United States and around the world,” said AHEA’s Founder, Zhanjun Y. Niohuru. “The website conveys our commitment to the higher education community and vision for international education and our desire to enhance the global learning community and contribute to the development of future leaders through international education,” continued Mr. Niohuru.
“AHEA is focused on delivering higher education opportunities for all, allowing institutions the ability to reach more students,” explains Benjamin Shank, CEO. “Helping institutions become more efficient and effective in their international outreach efforts will ultimately allow students from around the world to pursue more meaningful academic opportunities globally,” continued Mr. Shank.
The new website allows visitors to learn more about AHEA and its mission through brief and informative video interviews with AHEA’s leadership. In addition, higher education institutions can apply for AHEA membership directly on the website. Supporters may donate securely through the site to support AHEA’s work.
Located in Boca Raton, Florida, AHEA is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization. Visit https://www.ahealliance.org/ to learn more.