Jill Goldenziel

[ Global Thought Leader | TEDx Speaker | Award-Winning Author ]

Jill Goldenziel advises global leaders on law, leadership, international security, and human rights. She has presented her groundbreaking research at the United Nations and the Pentagon, at TEDx, and for audiences around the world.

Jill speaks and consults on international and constitutional law, geopolitical risk and security, inclusive leadership, business and human rights, migration, dis/misinformation, and the use of law as a weapon of war. She has briefed United Nations officials, world parliamentarians, and senior military leaders on her award-winning research in these areas. 

Since 2016, Jill has been involved in the process to create and implement the UN Global Compact for Migration, including speaking alongside Angela Merkel and other world leaders before 164 UN Member-States at the Intergovernmental Conference to adopt the Global Compact in Marrakech and speaking at the 2018 Inter-Parliamentary Union/UN Office of the President of the General Assembly’s Annual Inter-Parliamentary Hearings.

As a Professor at Marine Corps University-Command and Staff College, Jill has lectured 1,200 U.S. and foreign field-grade military officers on the Law of War, International Law, and Migration and Security. She is also an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania’s Fox Leadership International program and Partnership for Effective Public Administration and Leadership Ethics.

Jill’s award-winning research has appeared in top scholarly journals. She is also regularly quoted and cited in publications such as the International Business Times, The Atlantic, The New Yorker.com. She has published pieces in The Washington Post, Fast Company, the L.A. Times, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, and The National Interest, and she has been a commentator on NPR, Public Radio International, and in other media. Follow her @JillGoldenziel and check out http://www.jillgoldenziel.com.

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