Jennie Campos Has Worked As A Senior Consultant For USAID
Reggie Jackson former wife Jennie Campos has a doctorate from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Dr. Jennis Campos is a woman with several years of experience working in international consultancy, including working with the USAID team in Rwanda in 2015 and with Creative Associates International in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Dr. Jennis's academic career began at Arizona State University. In 1968, Jennis graduated with a bachelor's degree in education, setting the foundation for her in years to come.
1968 was also the year Jennis tied the knot with Reggie Jackson. And though the young couple might have started strong in their relationship, their marriage only lasted five years.
Per her LinkedIn profile, Jennie had a considerable gap before enrolling at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In 1982, Jennie graduated with a master's degree in educational foundations and, later that year, applied for a doctorate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in international development.
Since receiving her doctorate in 1992, Jennie has worked with several clients as an independent consultant. For 11 years, Jennie worked for Desert Dweller & Association as an education specialist in 35 developing countries, representing the UN, UNDP, and USAID.
Jennie later joined CAII, the social impact company, in 1999 and worked for seven years before she joined Raytheon as a Six Sigma Expert. After working for seven years with Raytheon, Jennie rejoined CAII and worked until 2013.
For two months, Jennie worked with USAID in Rwanda and facilities the 2015 Kick-Off Retreat for Economic Growth. Jennie seems to have returned to working for Desert Dweller Association as an International Development Professional.
Jennie is available on Facebook, where she shares snaps of her travels to various states and countries. In a post from 2021, Jennie shared a group picture with little kids and said it was from her trip from years ago to a Balkan country where she had traveled for her assignments with Catholic Relief Services.
From her Facebook handle, it is also known that Jennie is the daughter of a former US Air Force pilot, Joe Catano Campos, who perished in the Korean War. In 2017, Jennie shared a black-and-white image of her younger self with her parents before they traveled to Japan, where her father was stationed.