Jennifer has worked in the non-profit and cultural sector for the last eighteen years primarily as a communications and development specialist. During her professional experience she has spearheaded a number of national campaigns on behalf of the Canadian government, contributed to the formation of cultural institutions, driven philanthropy for private sector businesses and increased the public profile of many Canadian charities.
Her career has focused in large part on helping non-profit leaders manage the business of strategic planning, performance and prospect management, initiative and project development. She also enjoys advising on operational logistics, sponsorship negotiations, speech writing, internal and external communications, national and international media management, and the production of PSA’s and cause-based marketing tools. Ms. Jeynes holds an Honours BA in Cultural Anthropology and a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies from the University of Toronto.
A proven leader in project management and fundraising, an enthusiastic and dynamic communicator who possesses a clear conceptual focus and who strives to challenge expectations, Ms. Jeynes’ energizing perspective helps many Canadian organizations realize opportunities. Her passion for change is simply inspirational.