Jenny Radloff

Ciudad del Cabo
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As the Program Coordinator for the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and board member of JASS partner, Women’sNet, Jennifer Radloff plays a key advisory role in JASS Southern Africa’s communications and technology training. Jenny currently coordinates APC projects in DRC, Congo and Cambodia on holding governments accountable to gender-based violence. She also manages APC’s work around secure online communications for women human rights defenders.

Involved in gender and information work since 1992, Jenny works with women’s rights activists regionally and globally to use Information and Communications Technology in their advocacy and activism. She manages the e-feminist programme at the African Gender Institute at the University of Cape Town. A founding member of Women’sNet and a former member of the International Advisory Committee of BRIDGE (Briefings on Gender and Development at the Institute of Development Studies), Jenny has worked with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Rockefeller Foundation and the Ford Foundation.

Jenny holds a BA, HDE and PGDipLib from the University of Natal and the University of Cape Town. A proud godmother of five, she also loves running, hiking in nature, surfing, reading, poetry, gardening, ceramics, and plays in a rock band for the musically challenged.