Brandon C. Kerr is a lecturer at Kingsborough Community School, a campus that falls under New York’s CUNY system. With 15-years of behavioral health experience, he has leveraged his Master’s in International Psychology to work pointedly with international students developing programs for them both at a local level and abroad. Brandon has spent the better part of the last decade living abroad spending 4 years in South Korea, 4 years in Turkey, and several months in Armenia studying the Russian language. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree with the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in International Psychology with a concentration in Trauma Services. He has chosen to focus the better part of his research on foreign language anxiety and how it affects social acculturation amongst international students. His work is invigorated by his personal mission “Be inspired, Be an inspiration”.