Welcome to Jack Enright.com. I am a 30-year-old from Texas who graduated from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in May of 2013. This is my personal website to describe myself, list my accomplishments, and give my analysis on a wide range of topics.
I have my résumé posted here. I have held several positions over the past five years or so following graduation, including healthcare administration and retail in the corporate sector and refugee services and student activism in the nonprofit sector.
While a student at TCU, I did research on two major topics of interest to me. During my sophomore year (2010-2011), I did research on the Leo Frank case of 1913, in which a black man’s testimony led to the conviction of a white Jewish man for the murder of a 13-year-old girl and led to the formation of both the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith (ADL) and the rebirth of the Ku Klux Klan.
During the spring of 2013, I did research on prison camps in North Korea as part of a class project for Advanced GIS, a geography class. I identified camps in the country and compared them with elevation models to show increased isolation of the camps over time with respect to surrounding mountains and population.
In addition to research, I wrote articles for TCU’s student newspaper, the TCU Daily Skiff, starting in the fall of 2010. I have the full list of articles I wrote in addition to other news stories with my name mentioned included here.