Jennifer Rosales is transitioning from Georgetown University, where she is the Director of Research and Evaluation at the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service. At the CSJ, she conducted research on social justice issues, arts, and education and supported faculty and student research in these areas. She worked with faculty across the university and abroad on grant-funded research about education and community engagement. She is conducting research on social and emotional learning and arts education in DC Public Schools and co-authoring a book Media Literacy of the Oppressed: Designing at the Margins (Routledge forthcoming). In addition, she led the evaluation plan, implementation and analysis for the various community engagement programs. She taught Research Methods for Justice and Peace Studies and co-taught courses on qualitative field research and evaluation. She is part of Campus Compact’s 2019-2020 Engaged Scholars Initiative. She earned her PhD, MA (Media Studies), and BA (History) from the University of Southern California.