Jeanine Duncliffe, International Trade Specialist, Mexico, KCED

Jeanine Duncliffe is a Project Manager for the Business Development Department of the Kentucky Cabinet for EconomicDevelopment. She supports existing business expansions and recruits new investment toKentucky. She also assists new and experienced exporters with export readiness assessments, market research, international partner searches, and business match-making services. Jeanine specializes inMexicoand other Latin American markets. She works closely withKentucky’s Agricultural and Commercial Trade Office inGuadalajara,Mexico.Jeanine also serves as the Project Manager for Governor Beshear’s Kentucky Export Initiative. She coordinates export training programs and travels the state to promote exporting as a sustainable growth strategy forKentucky’s companies.

Jeanine holds a Master’s degree in International Relations with a focus on Latin American Economic Development from the University of Kentucky’s Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College. Jeanine is a Kentucky certified judicial interpreter for Spanish and English, a certified mediator, and an experienced consultant on linguistic and cultural education courses for the workplace. She has worked with the Cabinet for Economic Development since 2007.

Jeanie holds a Master’s degree in International Relations with a focus on Latin American Economic Development from the University of Kentucky’s Patterson School for Diplomacy and International Commerce. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College. Jeanine is a Kentucky certified judicial interpreter for Spanish and English, a certified mediator, and an experienced consultant on linguistic and cultural education courses for the workplace. She has worked with Cabinet for Economic Development for three years.

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