Dr. Kimberly Martin Tecklenburg
Dr. Martin Tecklenburg received her Ph.D. in Political Science – Public Policy from the University of Florida where she also completed an M.A. in Political Science – Public Affairs. She attended Sweet Briar College, where she received a B.A. in Government.
Dr. Martin Tecklenburg has experience in both higher education and the public sector. She teaches courses in American politics, research methods, leadership, and public policy. Before pursuing her graduate degree, she worked as the Special Assistant for Secretary of Education Belle Wheelan and former Governor Mark Warner of Virginia. While at the University of Florida, she worked with former Senator and Governor, Bob Graham, to establish the Bob Graham Center for Public Service. After graduation, she moved to Tennessee where she served as the Assistant Director of Research at the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
Her past experiences have influenced her current research interests, which focus on education policy, political leadership, state politics, and LGBTQ+ policy.
Last updated: 12/15/2023