Jennifer Rubin

Former Director, Communities, Safety & Justice at RAND Corporation

Jennifer Rubin

Jennifer Rubin

Former Director, Communities, Safety & Justice at RAND Corporation

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The Economic & Social Research Council

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Former President at Global Capacity Group, Inc.

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Chairman, Program & Distribution Committee at Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

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Former Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer at World Education Services, Inc.

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Trustee at Richmond, The American International University in London

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Trustee at Richmond, The American International University in London

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Trustee at Richmond, The American International University in London

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Former Proprietary Trader at Mizuho Bank Ltd.

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Trustee at Richmond, The American International University in London

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Trustee at Richmond, The American International University in London

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Trustee at Richmond, The American International University in London

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Jennifer Rubin
Former Director, Communities, Safety & Justice at RAND Corporation
Career History
Director, Communities, Safety & Justice
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Vice President
Prior
Executive Chair
2017 - 2020
Boards & Committees
Executive Chair
2018 - 2020
Trustee
Tenure Unconfirmed

Richmond, The American International University in London is a private, liberal arts and professional studies university established in 1972 in Richmond, London. The university's degrees are accredited in the USA by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education,and are validated in the UK by the Open University Validation Services (OUVS). Richmond hopes to achieve taught degree awarding powers (TDAP) by 2016. It is also one of eight members of the newly formed Independent Universities Group, whose objective is to differentiate between their academic credentials and the more commercial elements of the alternative sector.

Chief Scientific Adviser & Director General Science, Technology, Analysis, Research & Strategy
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