Mrs. Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson
Kimberlee is adjunct faculty for face-to-face English Composition I and II, and College Writing Stretch I and II for Kent State University since 2011. She has been teaching College Writing Improvement, and English 101 and 102 remotely for Ashland University’s Correctional Education Program since 2017. She is adjunct faculty for NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community teaching Indigenous Research and Writing for which she wrote the curriculum. Currently, she is a co-editor for the Journal of NAIITS. One of her favorite projects was teaching at the Native American Writer’s Gathering with the United Methodist Church for which she instructed, edited, and produced a Lenten Devotional. In her spare time, Jackson writes creatively in the genre of poetry and creative non-fiction and works on freelance editing projects and anything that has to do with her love for writing.
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PhD student (University of Divinity / NAIITS)
MA in Intercultural Studies (George Fox)
MFA in Creative Writing/Poetry (Ashland University)