Jaclyn Rosebrook-Collignon is currently Head of Sustainability and Global Responsibility at Grenoble Ecole de Management where her mission is to lead, advocate for and participate in the co-construction of a culture of sustainability and global responsibility internally and externally. In addition to her work with the CoMUE Migrant Work Group of the Grenoble Alpes University; she is a member of the board of administration of The Sustainability Literacy Test and other national and international working groups to integrate sustainability culture and practices in higher education. Awarded a BS in International Management from Boston University, an MA in French Language and Literature from Miami University of Ohio and a D.E.A. in American Language and Literature from the Université Grenoble Alpes, Jaclyn also teaches courses like “Intercultural Studies & Management” and “America & Identity in Post-9-11 Literature” and mentors student CSR projects. Her research focus is contemporary literature, (inter)cultural studies, trans-cultural issues of identity, sustainability, and global citizenship. Living in France since 1993 her career has focused on international education, global responsibility, and sustainability in higher education.