Jenny currently works on the Digital Economy Research Impact Initiative, which aims to understand the welfare impacts of digital gig-work platforms across LMICs (with a focus on India, Kenya, and Indonesia). Prior to this, she was a Research Associate at the Centre for Policy Research(CPR) in New Delhi, where she primarily focused on analysing trends and identifying implementation gaps in key Indian social sector schemes. At CPR, she also had the opportunity to work with the Ministry of Rural Development and various state governments to develop methodologies with the objective of improving service delivery to beneficiaries. She has previously interned with the Directorate of Education at the OECD and the MENA division at Ernst and Young. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from St.Stephen’s College, Delhi University and received her Masters in Quantitative Economics from the Paris School of Economics.