Jeana is a lecturer of Research Methods in both the Fine Art and Graphic Design programmes at Prague College. She has spent the last half decade teaching undergraduate courses focused on critical theory and research.
Jeana has a B.A. from Fairhaven College at Washington State where she explored topics of gender, somatic psychology and photography, culminating in a gallery showing of her mixed-media photography works. She also has a M.A. in Women, Gender, and Sexuality from Oregon State University, where she researched the intersections between language and discrimination. As a Master’s student she focused on the connections between feeling and language, diversity inclusion in institutional settings, cross-cultural communications, and the politics of naming. She has presented on inclusive language use and gender studies at various conferences and facilitated multiple workshops on the topics of art, gender, and sexuality at Prague College for "Fine Art Tuesdays". She has also led community discussions of global feminism and volunteered as a discussion leader for Charles University's "Gender Fridays".
She has called Prague home for the last five years and also teaches English as a foreign language. She is currently a member of Prague's largest international queer creative collective and spends time learning Czech, hiking, and writing about science fiction on her blog.