I oversee PRIME Research’s Policy Research team in Oxford and consequently specialise in working with clients in the political sector.
PRIME Research helps governmental and corporate communicators navigate their business and communications landscape by providing interpretive analysis, actionable insights and strategic guidance.
I support international media analysis solutions for organisations such as the European Commission and the Council of the European Union.
I hold an MSc in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs and have followed the CIPR’s Specialist Diploma of Crisis Communications.
I am also a Member of the CIPR (UK) and am bound by the Code of Conduct promoting good practice around integrity, honesty, capability, capacity, competence, confidentiality, transparency and conflicts of interest.
My current role as a PR and media measurement analyst revolves around:
- Insights Delivery: Crafting compelling stories, working independently to translate data into insights that address key client business/strategic issues.
- Client Management: Interacting with clients, advising clients to proactively address needs and solving business problems.
- Project Management: Managing account activities, partnering across departments to ensure the smooth delivery of static analysis reports and ad hoc requests.
I am passionate about strategic communications and want to share my experience of the world of measurement with my peers. In April 2019, I was a keynote speaker at a lecture on PR measurement at Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen). I also spoke about PR research and evaluation for the CIPR during AMEC’s 2018 Measurement Month.
In addition to this, I develop the Public Relations Oxford brand by taking the lead on web and social presences, planning and developing engaging content that connects Oxford’s PR professionals.
Who I have worked with
Jennifer was a great asset to the Audi PR team through her work at Prime and supported us on numerous occasions with bespoke reporting and daily analysis and measurement of various PR activities that required detailed analytical understanding. Jennifer was attentive in her role, always demonstrated a good understanding of the brand and what was required.
Camilla Scanes, Media Relations Manager at Audi
(Milton Keynes, UK)
Jennifer was professional, curious and meticulous. She was an excellent journalist.
Yannick Vély, Editor-in-chief of parismatch.com (Paris, France)
Jennifer paid attention to detail, took initiatives, demonstrated professionalism, showed curiosity and enthusiasm, while also being able to adapt to any situation.
Agnès Grégoire, Editor-in-chief of Photo Magazine (Paris, France)