Dr. Jenna Lichter is a life-long educator who has taught at the middle school, high school, and post-secondary level.  She joins ATN with significant expertise in educational assessment and higher education leadership, nonprofit organizations and youth at risk.  She has a wide range of teaching experiences, including high schools, middle schools, a state youth correctional facilities, universities and community colleges.

Jenna’s leadership skills and passion for helping at-risk students is shown through her extensive community involvement and research interests in diversity, inclusion and equity.    She has served as a conference facilitator and speaker, most notably at the Women in Educational Leadership Conference through the University of Nebraska and Lincoln. 

Jenna has a Bachelors in Secondary Education, a Masters in Secondary Ed Administration and a Doctorate in Educational Studies. She lives in the Omaha, NE area and enjoys traveling, performing music, and visiting her extended family.

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