Director, Digital Media
Jenna is responsible for the development and deployment of KUOW products on the web, mobile, voice-activated and other digital platforms.
Jenna is a Seattle native and probably the youngest person to have used a rotary phone. While she loves the internet of things, she also has a love for paper, having pursued two degrees in printmaking. Her prints have been in several shows, including one jurored by the Whitney's David Kiehl.
While at the University of Iowa, Jenna built and managed websites for the Center for the Book, Health Sciences Library and the graduate student union.
She came to KUOW in 2006 from Kagedo Japanese Art where she managed the gallery, studio photography and traveling exhibits.
In 2007, Jenna became the director of digital media at KUOW, a new position within the organization, and has ushered the organization through two major redesigns and robust audience growth. Jenna lives near Lake Washington with her family.
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