Jennifer Rosen, Ph.D.
Jennifer’s research lies at the intersection of women’s rights, politics, and international development, with an emphasis on using innovative mixed method research designs. In addition to teaching, she has held positions as a research analyst for a labor union in Washington DC, an advocate at a women and children’s rights organization in Quito, Ecuador, and has served as a research consultant for a variety of international and domestic humanitarian organizations where she advised on social science research methodologies for comparative and cross-national analyses. Professionally, Jennifer seeks to utilize strong research and data analysis skills to support gender equality and empowerment. She obtained her PhD in Sociology from Northwestern University, a master’s degree from the Ohio State University, and her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Oregon.