John R. Clark - president of IUCA.
He is the first president of the American University of Central Asia (1997-2000). He received his Bachelor’s degree in Social anthropology of the Middle East from Harvard University (1964). Later he obtained the Master’s degree in Cultural Geography from the University of Michigan in 1970 and PhD in Cultural and urban geography of the Middle East from the University of Michigan in 1974 He has since worked at Dartmouth, UCLA, Harvard, Columbia and Georgetown.
Camilla Duishebaevna Sharshekeeva, provost of IUCA, Board member of Trustees, Professor, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Minister of Education and Culture of Kyrgyzstan in 2001-2002, Acting Rector of IUCA. Professor Sharshekeeva graduated from the Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages.
Nuria Asylbekovna Kutnaeva – vice - president of Academic Affairs at IUCA. Head of the International Relations (IR) program. She graduated from the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (KRSU), where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and Specialist’s degree in International Relations (1994). She got her Master’s Degree in Political Science at the Eichstaett University, Germany (2003). In addition she received a Master’s Degree in Political Science of Central Asia at the OSCE Academy (2005). She has taught at the Diplomatic Academy under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Natalya Pavlovna Zadorozhnya, vice - president of Academic Affairs at IUCA, Head of the Pedagogy program, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.
She graduated from the Kyrgyz State National University; graduate school – Academy of Pedagogical Sciences (Moscow)
Her courses include Intro to Pedagogy, Trainings for pedagogical communication, Russian Language, Theory of Pedagogy, Culture of speech.
Dinara Januzakovna Baibagysova - Registrar. She is a graduate of the Kyrgyz State University with a specialization in Mathematics
Her courses include Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry, Theory of probability and math statistics, Math Logic.