Jenna has 10 years experience working across sectors in international development programme management, value for money and monitoring & evaluation. She has supported a number of development programmes to monitor results and value for money including maternal health programmes in Northern Nigeria and governance and accountability programmes. She has undertaken capacity building initiatives with the Nigerian Government including designing a student information management system for Health Training Institutions, setting up a Community of Practice with the National & State Bureau of Statistics and has undertaken an assessment of the child protection information management system in 3 Nigerian States and at the federal level.
Jenna holds a BA in Social Anthropology from the University of Sussex and an MA in International Studies from the University of Sydney. She is currently a Masters and PhD student at the University of Hull undertaking ESRC funded Masters in Social Research and PhD research in the prevention of child trafficking in Nigeria.