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Jamie Levine Daniel joined SPEA as an assistant professor after completing her Ph.D. at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University. After earning her B.A. in International Relations and Jewish Studies from American University, Jamie spent five years working as a program associate with the international youth organization BBYO, Inc. She then spent a year doing volunteer work in Turkey before getting her M.B.A. from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State. Jamie later worked as a Freelance Strategy Consultant and researched health and labor trends for Fremont, Ohio’s federally qualified health center, among other projects. Jamie has also provided consultation to the Global Initiatives Partnership between JDC and BBYO.
“Pantries and policy implementation: Using nonprofit priorities to understand variation in emergency food assistance.” (with R. Fyall) Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2018)