Jennifer Norris is a Military Justice Policy Analyst. She holds a MA in Public Policy and Management from the Muskie School of Public Service and a BA in Social Work and Criminal Justice from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. She served in the United States Air Force and worked as a satellite communications maintenance technician for two mobile Combat Communication Squadrons before becoming an Emergency Manager for a Civil Engineer Squadron. She was involuntarily retired in 2010 after fifteen years of service due to a PTSD diagnosis. Given her unique experience working in a mentally and physically demanding, male-dominated career field and a marriage to a fellow service member, Jennifer draws on their experiences to make positive changes for all service members. Jennifer has dedicated her life to analyzing the legal issues that negatively impact service members and their families in an effort to strengthen due process protections and save lives. Learn more at her website Military Justice for All.
Board of Directors, Save Our Heroes (2016 to present)
B.A., University of Alaska Fairbanks, Social Work; Justice (1994)
M.A., Muskie School of Public Service, Univ of Southern Maine, Public Policy & Management (2005)