Mary Roosevelt, formerly the Coordinator for the Multiple Subject Credential Program for the School of Education at the University of California, Irvine, received the UCI Medal in 1990. She was also an ambassador and board member of The UCI Foundation. She is a trustee of the Ecolint American Foundation, President Emeritus of the University of California Research Associates, and a Friend and Honorary Fellow of Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. She earned her teaching credentials from the National Froebel Education Institute in London and the University of London, where she worked in both public and private schools, before she entered the world of international education. Mrs. Roosevelt was Principal of the Junior House at the United Nations International School in New York and also taught at the International School of Geneva, in Switzerland, where she created the first draft of what is now the Elementary Curriculum, for the International Baccalaureate.
Her designation as PANGEA’s World Ambassador tributes and formalizes Mrs. Roosevelt’s passionate commitment to championing international awareness of PANGEA WORLD’s mission.