Diversity and Inclusion Policy Analyst
Jennifer Dane (Dayton, OH) is a veteran of the United States Air Force having served as an Intelligence Analyst focusing on geopolitical, terrorism, and threat vulnerability issues in Latin America and the Middle East. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Bethel University and her Master of Art’s degree in Criminal Justice from Arizona State University. Jennifer is currently studying in the Doctor of Philosophy program in Education Policy at Ohio State University.
Jennifer has dedicated herself to volunteering in her community in a number of roles in an effort to advocate for social justice and advance the causes of underrepresented groups. She served as the 2015 Pride Committee Chair at Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona, and is also a member of the International Leadership Association working with colleagues across the country to showcase LGBT issues related to leadership.
Jennifer and her partner, Corey, live together in Dayton, Ohio, where Corey serves as a faculty member at Wright State University in Leadership Studies. They also have a home in Tucson, Arizona where they live part-time with their cat and Corey’s daughter. To contact Jennifer directly, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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