Jennifer Combe is an artist and Assistant Professor of Art at The University of Montana where she teaches art education and foundations. In 2016 she was awarded the Montana Art Educator of the Year. Within the National Art Education Association she served as the Community Arts Caucus president and founded a digital PK-12 curriculum portfolio with The Caucus on Social Theory in Art Education. Her visual work has been exhibited locally and nationally, and is featured in the Journal of Social Theory in Art Education’s 2016 edition.
She received an MIT from The Evergreen State College, an MFA from The Vermont College of Fine Arts, and a BA from The Evergreen State College. She also studied at Pontifical Xavierian University in Bogota, Colombia. She currently lives in Montana with her family.