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Jenny Grant Rankin, Ph.D., is a Fulbright Specialist for the U.S. Department of State and Mensan who lectures (e.g., at the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, U.S. federal agencies, etc.), delivers keynote/plenary presentations at major conferences (over 200 presentations so far), and teaches workshops for researchers, educators, and others on the best ways to share information and educate. She has two doctorates (a Ph.D. and L.H.D) and has written 12 nonfiction books, as well as an ongoing blog for Psychology Today and over 150 journal papers and articles.

Dr. Rankin was honored multiple times by the U.S. White House (for example, the American flag was once flown over the White House/U.S. Capitol Building in honor of Dr. Rankin and her professional contributions). Her many media appearances include Good Housekeeping, HuffPost (Huffington Post), The Los Angeles Times, National Public Radio (NPR), NBC News, Newsweek, O: The Oprah Magazine, The Orange County Register, Reader’s Digest, The San Diego Union Tribune, The Seattle Times, Sunday Star-Times [New Zealand], U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, countless commendations in the media, and congressional testimonies to inform legislation. She also volunteers for Mensa, serving an ongoing coordinator position. Visit https://jennyrankin.com/bio for her full bio.

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