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Jenny's worked on some of Yorkshire's biggest news stories.
When she's not out reporting in the wet and cold, Look North viewers will see Jenny presenting alongside Harry in the studio.
Jenny's worked as a crime correspondent
She's worked on stories including the summer floods of 2007 and the conviction of Lesley Molseed's killer. She also went to Corfu with the family of two Wakefield children killed by carbon monxoide fumes in their holiday bungalow.
Jenny first caught the broadcasting bug at BBC Radio Jersey. After a postgraduate course in journalism at Cardiff University, she started work at Central News in Birmingham.
But Jenny's originally from the Channel Islands and, when the BBC launched a news programme there, she couldn't resist going home to work as a reporter, producer and presenter.
Prior to joining Look North, Jenny reported for the BBC in Hull and presented their breakfast bulletins.
Since joining Look North in Leeds she's worked as the programme's crime correspondent and steps in to present when Christa's not available.
"I've spent hours on boats filming on rough seas, lugged a camera along an army trek in the Cyprus sun, and even been attacked by a herd of Guernsey cows," Jenny said.
But given a choice Jenny said she wouldn't change her career for the world.
last updated: 12/06/2008 at 17:49