University of Glasgow
Ivy Lodge, 63 Gibson Street, University of Glasgow, Glasgow
Jenn is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Glasgow. Her research examines the lived experiences of economic abuse of victim-survivors in Scotland and the role of finances in deciding to separate from an abusive partner. As part of her research work on economic abuse, Jenn has undertaken award-winning research collaborations with the Royal Bank of Scotland and was a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Violence against Women and Children at Rutgers University in New Jersey in 2020.
Outside of academia, Jenn has worked in policy and research roles across the third sector. From 2020-2022 she was a banking specialist for an economic abuse charity, working closely with financial institutions across the UK to help them improve their policies and practices for victims of financial abuse. Alongside her roles at the University of Glasgow, Jenn is an independent consultant on economic abuse providing training and strategic assistance to public and private sector bodies nationally and internationally.
Jenn holds an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law and a MRes in Public Policy Research.
Her research interests include economic abuse, domestic abuse, violence against women, intersectional feminism, and policy and practice change in relation to gendered violence.
Jenn is a member of the Gender-Based Violence Research Forum at the University of Glasgow, SHERA Research Group, Scottish Women’s Budget Group Advisory Panel, and sitsS on the steering group of Financially Included.