Jennifer is a trainer and consultant who works with both private sector and not for profit organisations to deliver comprehensive social media training. This includes digital marketing, social media policy and guidelines as well as practical integration training for everyday usage. She has over seven years experience working across traditional and new media for one of the world’s largest media owners and has worked with clients like Unicef, Universities UK, Kennedy Dundas Communications and Guardian News & Media.
live free range Ltd was launched in August 2011. Technology enables us to do so many things and Jennifer is passionate about using digital technology to enable us to live flexible and more fulfilling lives by working smarter with the tools available.
Whether it’s using social media for fundraising, developing relationships with major donors or simply raising awareness, it’s important to understand the range of digital tools at our fingertips.
Jennifer is an engaging public speaker and presents regularly. From social good at Cybher 20012 to this year’s Brighton SEO, Jennifer’s friendly and open style both informs and entertains the room. She is enormously passionate about her work whether it’s technology, fundraising or personal development.
All of Jennifer’s public presentations are available on her SlideShare.
Organisations, whether charity, social enterprise or profit based, have their own unique training needs. Jennifer works with both individuals and groups of staff to deliver digital training that is tailored to their organisational needs. This involves an initial consultation followed by the creation of a comprehensive training programme to suite you and your staff, which can be delivered in house.
There is also the option of tailor made, interactive elearning tools built with your own company branding for you to use long term for staff training and development. Get in touch with Jennifer now to talk about your training and consultancy options.
Janie’s School is a personal project to build a school in rural Cambodia in memory of Jennifer’s mum who passed away suddenly in 2009. Launched in December 2010, the campaign has been hugely successful and within nine months, The Janie Evans school opened it’s doors to pupils and teachers in Bakan province, Cambodia. Jennifer and her family are committed to supporting the school long term and will continue to fund raise for more equipment and teachers as well as provide scholarships to get girls into education.