Jennifer joined Lexington in 2013. She provides media relations, public affairs, campaigning and digital strategy advice to clients across education, public health and corporate business. She focuses primarily on communications strategy, including supporting a range of clients on articles, opinion pieces and speechwriting. Before joining Lexington, she worked as a journalist, including as Comment Editor and news and features reporter at the Jewish Chronicle, where she also managed the paper’s online engagement. She has written for the Telegraph, The Times, the Guardian and the Independent. She has an MA in journalism from City University London and a first-class undergraduate degree in politics from the University of Nottingham.