Jenny graduated from Yale University as an Ethics, Politics, and Economics major. She focuses on urban health, which she defines broadly to include the general well-being and livability of cities. Jenny has spent four summers working on urban policy in New York City. She interned in the Public Sector Practice at McKinsey & Company; with the Health Justice Program at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest as a Liman Summer Fellow; at the New York Academy of Medicine working on the Journal of Urban Health and in the Health Policy Division; and with the Office of Capital Projects and Development in the Office of the Mayor. She currently attends Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship, through which she also earned a Master of Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government. Her DPhil examines New York City policy under the Bloomberg Administration.