Abeer Al-Mohsen has an impressive educational background, having earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Georgia State University, a Master of Public Administration from California State University in Long Beach, and a Doctorate degree in Education specializing in International and Multicultural Education with a concentration in Second Language Acquisition.
From 2007 to 2014, she worked as an Arabic instructor, curriculum and test developer for the Department of Defense at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey. During her tenure, she received the Federal Career Service Award Certificate for her civil service and was recognized for her contribution to the development of the first Saudi Gulf curriculum and proficiency test for DoD.
Before joining Tulane as an Assistant Director of Language Education, she served as the Director of Arabic Language at Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center, a division of the Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman in Washington, DC. During her seven-year tenure, she designed and launched several language programs, including the SQCC Arabic Evening Language Program, the Arabic Intensive Summer Immersion in DC Program, and the Children's Arabic Program. In addition, she conceptualized and implemented numerous cultural programs and events, such as Poetry and Prose evenings, the Arabic Debate Society and Competition, and the World Arabic Language Day celebration.
To further enhance her experience in language program management, she obtained a Foreign Language Management Certification from Columbia University in 2021.