Jenny Tran

Jenny is a member of the Insights unit in the Strategy team, leading the Foundation’s efforts to improve the access and use of data to break intergenerational cycles of disadvantage. She oversees the strategic design and proposal development of data-related investments and supports the Foundation’s teams to strengthen the data-driven decision culture. She has previously led the Transitions to Employment portfolio and COVID-19 taskforce.

Jenny is a medical doctor who has focused much of her career on the social determinants of health. She founded REACH and CHASE, health charities that focus on community and preventative health for people experiencing disadvantage. She also founded an early childhood education social enterprise, Libromat, in South Africa.

Jenny holds an MSc in Global Health and DPhil in Population Health from the University of Oxford, where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar. Jenny’s doctorate focused on investigating multimorbidity and chronic disease using big data.

Before joining the Foundation, Jenny worked as a consultant in McKinsey’s Health and Social Sector Practice.

Jenny loves to keep active. She enjoys training for triathlons and has a full blue in rowing from Oxford University.

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