Negotiating with North Korea: The Challenges and Opportunities of Summit Diplomacy
Jenny Town is the Assistant Director of the US-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and manages programs on North Korea, nuclear weapons, nuclear energy, and energy security in Northeast Asia. She is the Managing Editor and Producer of “38 North,” a web-journal providing analysis on events in and around the DPRK. She is also an expert reviewer for Freedom House’s Freedom in the World Index, where she previously worked on the Human Rights in North Korea project.
Prior to working in Korean affairs, she was the Communications Director for Peace X Peace; the Director of the Washington (DC) Office/Special Projects Manager for Government Relations at the College Board; and a Project Manager at Clarity Coverdale Fury Advertising, Inc. She holds a B.A. in East Asian Studies and International Relations from Westmar University and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. She is a Senior Fellow of the Melton Foundation and sits on the Board of Directors for Korean Focus.
Town, Jenny, "Negotiating with North Korea: The Challenges and Opportunities of Summit Diplomacy" (2019). Asian Studies Lectures. 3.