Jenny is experienced in project management, communications, research, stakeholder consultation and report writing.
She has worked on a wide range of strategies, programmes and applications for Counterculture’s clients, including The Hepworth Wakefield, Chiswick House and Gardens Trust, Lambeth Council, De La Warr Pavilion, Rochdale Borough Council, Teesside University and Lincoln Performing Arts Centre.
Before joining Counterculture, Jenny completed an MA in Arts & Cultural Management at King’s College London, where she studied arts and management, cultural policy, research approaches, sector and organisational challenges, and best practices to thrive. Her course partnered with major national entities such as Tate, British Council, Roundhouse, National Trust and The Place to provide real case studies of their strategies and dilemmas. She specialised in music business, ethnomusicology and venue sustainability for her dissertation.
Jenny has a BSc in Economics and Statistics from UCL where she studied macro and microeconomics, financial and statistical models, economic theory, international trade, econometrics and data analysis.
Jenny has experience in leading communications and PR strategies for music labels and artists such as fabric Records, R&S Records and Special Request.