Lejeune Lockett, PhD
Dr. Lockett is Director of International Affairs and Professor at CDU and has travelled to over 40 countries within the Americas, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, and Europe. As an International Population Fellow assigned to the National Institute of Public Health/School of Public Health of Mexico, she conducted research on health care access. She was Adjunct Faculty & Program Coordinator at the Augsburg College Center for Global Education (CGE) in Mexico. She later served as Adjunct Faculty & Interim Director at CGE and in Namibia. In addition, Dr. Lockett served as an Associate Director for the US Peace Corps in Namibia where she spearheaded the national Community Health & HIV/AIDS Project. Dr. Lockett joined CDU in 2010 as the Operations & Program Manager for International Programs to manage and lead three US Department of Defense projects concerning HIV/AIDS prevention for the militaries of Angola, Belize, and Jamaica. She brings her strong connections to international research efforts to the CFAR leadership in addition to her linkages to the CDU research community.