Jennifer Hubbard-Sanchez serves as the State Specialist for Sustainable and International Programs. She also worked as the Coordinator of the Scholarships for Education and Economic Development (SEED) Program, also under Land Grant Programs.
Jennifer received her MA Degree in Mexican Anthropological Studies from the Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico in 2002, and her BA in Spanish from Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, VT, in 2000. She is currently pursuing another Master’s Degree, in Environmental Studies.
Ms. Hubbard-Sanchez has worked with various immigrant populations in Central Kentucky and has created and participated in several projects to assist individuals with their transitions to life in the United States. She is a certified interpreter (Spanish/English) through the national “Bridging the Gap” certification program and through the Kentucky State Cabinet for Health and Family Services and she has interpreted for multilingual family literacy programs since 2004 through the Kentucky Council for the Humanities.
Ms. Hubbard-Sanchez’s main interests are in: Global Education, Intercultural Exchange, Environmental and Social Justice, Student Empowerment and Diversity. She has lived and studied in Spain, Mexico, and Costa Rica, has implemented SEED program orientations in Mexico and Honduras, and has traveled several times to Peru.
State Specialist for Sustainable and International Programs
Frankfort, KY 40601