“Effective intercultural business acumen is non-negotiable”. -Jill Isaac

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Work in Non-native
English Speaking Markets

New Media Technology

Jill Isaac is the Managing Director of the Intercultural Communication Centre, an intercultural, public and corporate communication consultancy firm (JI-TO). Jill has extensive experience working in international markets with the television broadcasting corporations, the top advertising agencies and production houses. These include the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), ntv7 in Malaysia, MediaCorp and VHQ Media in Singapore, as well as the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the U.S. hosting a business program showcasing successful entrepreneurs.

Her global experience and career in the U.S. led her into academic teaching in the field of media and communication. Jill has taught at the University of Tampa, Miami Int’l. University and Palm Beach Atln. University, and as a visiting lecturer in Asia. With the combination of industry and academia, Jill has established the “Global Intercultural Center” for providing effective dialogue through education and economic empowerment through various chambers of commerce.

Jill has won various awards and recognitions for her work in both Asia and the U.S. which include the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Business Woman of the Year Awards, 2006 International Finalist as well as a “Teaching Scholar Certificate” award. Jill is honored to be an  Ambassador for children for World Vision. She serves on many not-for profit boards and organizations including the United Nations Association of the USA and presently serves as a Board of Director for the India-US Chamber of Commerce in S.FL. She is a member of the International Society of Appraisers.

Jill has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto, a dual Masters in Diplomacy & International Relations and a Masters in Corporate Communication from Seton Hall University and an MBA in International Business from Florida Atlantic University.