Robert William Founder and President/CEO
Robert William has worked for over ten years in international education. Prior to launching his non-profit organization, PCIEP, he served as a Program Manager at BCA Study Abroad for India, Japan, China, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Greece, and Morocco.
In addition, he served as a Director of International Student Services, helping to recruit and place international students at over ten partner institutions in the United States.
Robert’s Journey to America
Early International Education & Experience - India to Africa
State and National Award Recipient
A proud moment for Robert and his family came in 1995 when he was selected from among the national network of State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee staff from among all fifty states in the United States to receive the 1995 NOICC National Outstanding Staff Member Award.
His commitment to excellence in projects assigned to him was further affirmed when he accepted a position in the private sector as Publications and Public Relations Manager at Penn State University's Office of Public Relations. In 1997, he received the International Association of Business Communicator’s Gold Award. He also received a Recognition Award for his role in planning and organizing the 2001 Pennsylvania Workforce Summit.
Robert resides in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, USA, with his wife, who is also originally from India, is the former Chief Medical Officer at Hamilton Health Center, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. They have four children, Prasana, Prema, Preeta, and Priya.
Why Choose PCIEP
You will be talking to the CEO when you need to contact the company. Robert’s experience as an international student in the United States has positioned him well to help in the recruitment and placement of international students in the United States.
In 2006, Robert was invited by the State Department to speak at the Africa Region Educational Advisors Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, on the topic- Marketing Higher Education in the United States. The conference was attended by the Education USA advisors from over 30 African nations.