Bio (Marnie Jull)

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Marnie Jull


Associate Professor, Program Head


Humanitarian Studies


Dr. Marnie Jull is an associate professor and program head for the Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management program. She is an academic, practitioner, author and teacher who specializes in resolving interpersonal, workplace and organizational conflict. She has lived and worked in Thailand, Australia, and the United States. Jull is one of a group of scholar-practitioners developing an innovative insight approach to conflict mediation.


Prior to joining Royal Roads in 2016, Jull worked in a variety of contexts, including government, university, religious organizations, small business, as well as local and international not-for-profit organizations to address interpersonal, workplace and organizational conflict.


Jull holds a PhD in Sociology from Carleton University (2016), a Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution from Carleton University, a Master of Arts in Political Science from York University and a Bachelor of Arts with joint honors in International Relations and English literature from the University of Toronto.