Jenny has ten years of professional experience working on international film productions. In 2012, she produced her first documentary 'Bangladesh: Culture of Impunity' for Dutch public television and has since then produced and provided research to numerous documentary and fiction projects, including two feature documentaries: The Subversives (Cinematic release in Spain, Gaudí awards Candidate 2020 'Best Documentary'), and Refugees Who Needs Them? (cinematic release in the Netherlands), the fictional short about refugees: Home Stories, as well as numerous films and public service announcements for organizations such as the UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR), UNODC, UN Women, UNDRR, UNIDO, CTBTO, and others. As a previous NGO Human Rights Officer, she worked closely with human rights defenders and minority communities in Europe and South Asia. She conducted field research, advocated for change with the UN and Governments, and worked for the inclusion and participation of minority groups within the UN and international mechanisms. Recently, she's also been working with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and its drug use prevention branch, producing materials and co-ordinating the global campaign Listen First - an initiative to increase science-based drug use prevention. Jenny holds a Masters's Degree in Human Rights from Lund University, Sweden. She speaks Swedish, English, Dutch and Spanish.