Jennifer L. Eagan is a Professor of Philosophy and Public Affairs & Administration at California State University, East Bay. Her research interests include feminist philosophy, critical theory, political philosophy, ethics, the philosophy of public administration, and the works of Theodor Adorno, Michel Foucault, and Judith Butler. Her recent writings reflect on the intersection of power, the body, recent social movements, and democratic governance. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy from Duquesne University in 1999. She serves as Associate Editor for the journal Administrative Theory & Praxis and as President of the California Faculty Association, CSU East Bay Chapter. Her intellectual mission is to connect theory to practice in order to create social justice. She is an avid amateur runner, novel reader, sports fan, and proud resident of Hayward, CA where she lives with her partner Andrew, a psychology professor at Chabot College.