Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Political Science & International Affairs

Jennifer Inglett is a PhD candidate in Political Science and International Affairs. She specializes in comparative politics and international relations with a focus on gender and politics.


B.A., University of Georgia 2008, International Relations

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Jennifer has worked with the Carl Vinson Institute of Government for six years as a research professional lending her expertise in project management, program evaluation, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and client support. Her past experience includes the design, implementation, and evaluation of public works projects that focus on education and public health. Her recent contributions have addressed enrollment procedures and policies for the Department of Early Care and Learning and the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council’s initiative to eradicate domestic minor sex trafficking. Currently, Jennifer is a member of the Public Service and Outreach Evaluation and Assessment committee and serves as chair of the Institute’s internal evaluation and assessment committee.

Research Interests

Gender and Politics, Political Dissent, Social Movements, Human Rights