Jenny is an education and gender specialist, with a focus on delivering monitoring, evaluation, research and learning assignments.
Jenny is an education and gender specialist, with strong track record and 15 years of experience leading and managing evaluation and research assignments, including large-scale, complex, multi-country evaluations. She has a particular interest in working with clients to explore and generate evidence on inclusive and gender sensitive education systems and practices and is taking a lead role in the delivery and growth of this sector at Triple Line.
Before joining Triple Line, Jenny held leadership and management positions for a number of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning assignments, including: Project Director for the Right to Play’s ‘Plug in Play’ Learning Partnership to support ongoing programme learning and adaptation; Deputy Team Leader for the Final Evaluation of the Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) implemented by the Global Campaign for Education in 63 countries; Project Manager for the Evaluation of UNICEF’s Global Girls Education Portfolio across 35 countries; and Project Manager for the multi-year Independent Evaluation of the SPRING Business Accelerator programme that supported businesses to develop products and services to improve the lives of adolescent girls across 8 countries.
By applying a strong project management and client centred approach, Jenny works collaboratively with clients and stakeholders to identify how best to support them and to deliver quality outputs. Past clients include the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO), UNICEF, UNESCO, USAID, Danida, Nike Foundation, Right To Play, Save the Children, Plan International, Comic Relief, British Council, and the Global Campaign for Education (GCE). She has an MA in Education, Gender, and International Development from the University College London (UCL).
- Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe