Jaclynn Robinson, President and Chief Consultant of Nine Muses Productions, is a criminologist and psychologist. In 2008, Jaclynn began consulting for World's Toughest, 1,000 Ways to Die, and Manswers, bringing the fields of psychology and criminology to the young adult audience. Nine Muses Productions was founded shortly thereafter in 2010, connecting society to the fascinating world of psychology and criminology through an entertainment platform.


Since 2010, Jaclynn has worked with leading industry professionals in television and film production, international film sales, and financing. As an Acquisitions Coordinator for Atlas International Film GmbH (Sweetwater, Yellow), Jaclynn covered over 200+ television and film projects. From pre-sales to post-production, Jaclynn worked with the Atlas team on financing, casting, production, and international sales and distribution. During that period she continued to learn from the industry elite, working alongside the offices of Voltage Pictures (Dallas Buyers Club, The Hurt Locker) and QED International (District 9, Fury).‚Äč


Jaclynn's unique ability to work in the entertainment industry and social science sectors comes from over a decade of experience in the fields of criminology and psychology. Primary areas of expertise include international psychology, organizational psychology, behavioral analysis, criminal psychology, refugee trauma, and military psychology.


In 2013, Jaclynn chartered the Military Psychology Student Association on The Chicago School of Professional Psychology's West Coast campus. The organization works with the National Center for Research and Practice in Military and Veteran Psychology to promote mental health awareness, to increase community outreach, and to expand education, research, and clinical opportunities for the student body.


Jaclynn earned a B.A. in Criminology from the University of Oklahoma, an M.A. in Psychology from Pepperdine University, an M.A.S. in Criminology, Law and Society from the University of California-Irvine, and a Ph.D. in International Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. In addition, she has one-year of postgraduate education in Forensic Psychology.