The Kentucky Center for Veterans Studies Advisory Council provides guidance and subject-matter expertise to define the mission and advance the goals of KCVS. We are honored to welcome Jennifer Dane to our team.
Jennifer Dane is a veteran of the United States Air Force who served as an intelligence analyst focused on geopolitical relations, terrorism and threat vulnerability issues. Dane currently serves as executive director of the Modern Military Association of America – the nation’s largest non-profit organization working to advance fairness and equality for the LGBTQ military and veteran community. She serves as a founding board member of Partners in PROMISE and is a Vet Policy Fellow.
She has earned a diversity and inclusion certificate from Cornell University, an associate degree in intelligence studies from the Community College of the Air Force, a bachelor of science in criminal justice from Bethel University, a master of arts in criminal justice from Arizona State University, master of arts in educational policy from The Ohio State University and is a public policy and social change PhD student at Union Institute and University.
Dane also has a wide range of diversity, equity, and inclusion, consultancy and training experience having worked with the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Uber, Synchrony, Capgemini, HBO Max, NBCComcast, the National Diversity Council and various organizations and people. She is passionate about her commitment to leaving the world a better place than it was before she was born.