Jennifer Caseldine-Bracht holds a master's degree in philosophy from Purdue University, and earned a PhD in the department of philosophy at Michigan State University. Her specializations are ethics and development, feminist philosophy, bioethics, social and political philosophy, and engaged learning projects. Jennifer finds philosophy fascinating because it examines all kinds of different ideas and theories, and her main interests are ethics and engaged learning.
She has worked with the human rights commissioner in Kosovo to promote children's rights in that country. In addition, she has spent three summers in France studying human rights and holds an international law certificate from the International Institute of Human Rights René Cassin at the University of Strasbourg, France. In Jakarta, Jennifer presented a paper for an ethics and development conference. Recently, she presented a paper at an international development conference at the University of Costa Rica. Jennifer has published chapters in two books—one about prisoners held at Guantanamo Bay and another about children’s rights. She has also published articles in journals about children’s rights and issues in feminist bioethics.