Title: Writer, Educator
Location: South Padre Island, Texas, United States
Roy Jumper, writer and educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in academia.
With 40 years of professional experience, Mr. Jumper is a writer and educator. Prior to obtaining his current roles, he was an adjunct professor at the Middlesex Research Center of the United States Navy from 1997 to 2004, and he was an associate instructor at Arizona State University from 1985 to 1986. He previously served as assistant managing director of International Business Associates in 1983. Earlier in his career, he was a librarian’s assistant with Indiana University from 1979 to 1980.
Mr. Jumper first pursued an education with American Community School, completing coursework from 1966 to 1972. He then served as an intern with the Cummins Engine Foundation from 1980 to 1981. He subsequently obtained a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University in 1982. He continued his studies with the University of Maine, receiving a Master of Public Administration in 1985. He later earned a PhD from the University of Tennessee in 1996.
Mr. Jumper was inspired to pursue a career in the field due to a desire to help educate others and the number of opportunities available. He is renowned among his peers for his selflessness. He credits much of his success to his ability to constantly keep evolving as the nature of the work has changed over the years. He is the author of several books on colonial administration, including “Death Waits in the Dark” and “Ruslan of Malaysia.”
Throughout his career, Mr. Jumper has been recognized for his achievements. He has received awards and accolades in relation to his areas of expertise. He is a former scholar of French History and French Civil Law with the University of Dijon.
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