Dedicated to understanding presence and how it is communicated through teaching, research, and service.
What does it mean to be present with another person? How can we use words and visuals to engage an audience? How does communication technology facilitate and constrain our ability to communicate? These are questions that guide Jeanine’s research and teaching as an Associate Professor in the Communication, Culture and Technology Program at Georgetown University. Her research has examined healthcare, education, and business contexts. Jeanine has taught thousands of students, and consulted with Fortune 100 companies and their leaders on effective messaging and developing presence.
Over the past twenty years, Jeanine has taught courses in the graduate programs of the Communication, Culture, and Technology Program and the McDonough School of Business
Communication technology provides the disruptive element that offers a window into the way we process and practice interaction both interpersonally and organizationally. Jeanine's research explores multicommunicating, telemedicine, and distance education.
Jeanine has worked with thousands of executives within the public and private sectors including the US Senate, Pentagon, Rolls Royce, Avon, Sprint, Texas-Instruments, World Bank, AARP, American Public Transportation Association, and US Chamber of Commerce.