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Jennifer Ruskin is Academic Director for WIL (work-integrated learning) and Employability and Senior Lecturer in Management in Macquarie University Business School. In this role, she draws on her experience as a PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) Lecturer and design and development of the Bachelor of Professional Practice which enables students to develop skills that enhance adaptability in workplaces of the future. Jennifer collaborates with students, partners and university staff to co-create content for professional practice units. Prior to this role, she completed her PhD exploring the motivations of social entrepreneurs while teaching across a range of management, entrepreneurship and marketing subjects. Jennifer is passionate about teaching, experiential learning, entrepreneurship and social enterprise development. She is a former Peace Corps Volunteer whose past employers include Women’s Economic Ventures, Save the Children and Frost & Sullivan. Jennifer completed a BA at the University of Michigan and an MSc at the London School of Economics.


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