Roch Turner - Education Leadership
Dr. Turner is a third generation Montanan. Raised in Hamilton, Turner left for the U.S. Navy immediately following high school graduation. He served as a shipboard imagery intelligence analyst onboard the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) for four years and as a signals intelligence analyst at a NATO regional Headquarters for two years. Following the Navy, Turner returned to school, ultimately earning a bachelor’s degree in history, masters in public administration, and a Ph.D. in International Education. His academic interests are focused on service to the community and social inequities. He is an AmeriCorps VISTA alumnus, a former Franklin Project Ambassador with the Aspen Institute, and currently conducts team research on cross-cultural competencies in international education and independent research on educational reform.