MA of International Affairs, specialization in International Economic Policy, Carleton University, Bachelor of Health Sciences, Western University
Jennifer is currently interested in migration policies and their effectiveness in attracting and retaining highly-skilled migrants, particularly in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields. Her current focus is on the effectiveness of Israel’s past ‘return migration’ policies, and its current policies to manage and attract high-skilled migration. Jennifer has worked and volunteered in international development organizations, both in Canada and abroad, and developed an interest in migration after witnessing the strong economic, social and political effects of internal displacement in Colombia. She speaks native English, intermediate French and German, and beginner Spanish.