Fletcher School of Tufts University
Class of 2015
Jacqueline Page is an assistant research fellow at the National Defense University’s Center for Complex Operations and serves as deputy editor of PRISM, the Center’s quarterly security journal. Jacqueline’s research focuses on counterterrorism and counter violent extremism. Her publications include, “Foreign Fighters: A Security Threat at Home” (2015), “The ‘Home Game’ − Countering Violent Extremism within NATO” (2014), and “Jihadi Arena Report: Somalia − Development of Radical Islamism and Current Implications” (2010). Jacqueline’s previous experience includes time with the NATO Defense College (Italy), the National Defense University Foundation, the Institute for the Study of War, and the International Institute for Counter Terrorism (Israel). Jacqueline earned her undergraduate degree at Colby College and her master’s degree at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. She is a Robertson Foundation for Government fellow.