Kyleanne's experience and expertise has made her a sought after subject matter expert on matters of national security, international conflict, and gender.
"Reintegration Issues for Female Veterans and Invisible Veterans: The Intersection of Service and Second-Class Citizenship”
September 22, 2016, Service Member 2 Civilian Summit, University of Alabama
“Missing Gender in Theory and Practice”
May 5, 2016; Josef Korbel School of International Studies
"Shaping the Soldier: Gendered Recruitment into Armed Groups,” Center on Rights' Development 17th Annual Spring Symposium: Beyond the Battlefield, The Intersection of Gender and Conflict, Denver, CO, April 6, 2016
Muse Conference, Bend, OR March 4-6, 2016
National Defense University College of International Security Affairs, Women's Integration into the Military: Challenges and Opportunities, Washington, DC, February 22, 2016.
Hunter, Kyleanne and Jeannette Haynie. “Just the Facts? The importance of science in formulating and implementing policy” Foreign Policy. February 18, 2016
Hunter, Kyleanne. “A Female Marine’s Perspective on the Military Draft.” Washington Examiner. February 16, 2016
Hunter, Kyleanne, Jeannette Haynie, and Kate Germano. “Why Leadership will either Make or Break Combat Integration in the Marine Corps.” Foreign Policy. January 11, 2016
Hunter, Kyleanne. “Words Mean Things: The Beginnings of De-Gendering Democratic Citizenship.” Duck of Minerva. January 7, 2016.
Hunter, Kyleanne. “Of Methodology and Men.” Political Violence at a Glance. October 6, 2015
Hunter, Kyleanne. “We Need What Women Bring to the Fight.” War on the Rocks.September 21, 2015.
Hunter, Kyleanne. “The Cost of Lower Standards for Women in Marine Recruitment.” New York Times. August 25, 2015
Giddings, Caitlin. "Amazing Cyclists you should Know: Kyleanne Hunter." Bicycling Magazine. December 24, 2015.
CSPAN, "Women in the Military: Challenges and Opportunities," Panel Presentation at National Defense University, February 22, 2016.