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Jax Kynn

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Jamie Kynn

Jamie Kynn, MA, MSW, focuses on research methods, program evaluation, social welfare policies and violence prevention. Their work is centered on understanding violence at a macro-level and how social workers can improve how institutions interact with historically marginalized populations. Kynn has experience in qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation, program management and grant writing, and they edit podcasts in their free time.


Year Degree   School
2025 PhD Social Work Michigan State University, East Lansing
2015 MSW Mgmt and Policy Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2013 MA Gender Studies Central Euopean University, Budapest, HUNGARY
2011 BS Political Science & Religion Florida State University, Tallahassee
2011 BA International Affairs Florida State University, Tallahassee
Year Description
2023 “I can make a difference”: Assessing the impact of Fair Play: Sexual Violence Prevention for Athletes. North American Society for Sport Management Annual Conference, May 2023.
2022 Resilience in the Context of Sexual Violence: A Scoping review (poster). Society for Social Work & Research. January 2022.
2022 Institutional Courage and Institutional Betrayal in United States Immigration Courts. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, May 2022.
2022 We’re Here, We’re Queer: Defining, Conducting, and Engaging Queer Research in the Cis Het Academy. Woodhull Foundation’s Sexuality Freedom Summit, August 2022.
2022 Immigrants’ Access to Legal Representation for Immigration Court in the United States. Council for Social Work Education’s Annual Program Meeting, November 2022.
2021 Exploring the Impact of Institutional Betrayal on Youth Who Have Experienced Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, May 2021.

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