Jenny Llewellyn

Executive Intern

Jenny’s main responsibility is to support the CEO, Helen, to enable her to have a busy diary full of commitments without all the stress associated with it. Whether that means making bookings, liaising to schedule in a meeting with external partners, or helping with preparation, the role is varied and fast-paced, which she loves! Having come from a scientific background, this is a great way to learn more about the sector and get mentoring from a wonderful leader.

Jenny says... “I think it is easy to take digital skills for granted, whether it's because you require them for work or education or because you have access to devices that mean you can easily get online. I know I do. I use digital skills in all aspects of my life to improve my wellbeing, learn, get organised and keep connected, and think that everyone should have the option to do the same without their digital ability being a barrier. In a new technological era, and what can be an isolating society Good Things Foundation's work is increasingly important. ”

Jane works alongside other members of the Research Team, to research and evaluate the impact of the services being delivered