Jennifer Kuklenski is an instructor in the Department of Social Responsibility at Northland College and teaches courses in multicultural development and strategic management. Jennifer also held teaching appointments in economics at Gogebic Community College and international political relations at the University of Maryland University College – Europe. She possesses over ten years of experience as an Air Force Intelligence Analyst and has served on Crisis Actions Teams in support of regional and international operations. Jennifer received her MA in international security from the University of Arizona and is completing her Ph.D. in international development at the University of Southern Mississippi. Her research interests include democratic development, demographic shifts associated with post-disaster migration, and conflict management in multicultural societies.
Updated May 2016
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