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Jenn Humphries

Jenn Humphries

Associate Consultant

Jenn is an Associate Consultant and joined Teneo’s Graduate Development Programme in 2019, after graduating with a Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree from the University of Exeter. She has worked with a range of clients across the health, energy, manufacturing, food and refreshment and charitable sectors.

Jenn has led on comprehensive stakeholder mapping exercises to inform engagement plans for clients spanning across all these sectors, carried out deep-dive research to inform narrative work and help clients develop positions on key issues impacting their business, developed engagement and briefing materials to feed into ambitious stakeholder engagement plans with clients and undertaken detailed policy gap analysis to help identify where clients can use their unique expertise to influence key stakeholders.

Jenn is engaged with government policy, and is particularly interested in legislation regarding tackling climate change and improving public health. Through her extensive research work, she has developed a wealth of expertise in these areas and is looking to build on this while also being keen to learn about new policy areas.

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