Jenna has over nine years’ experience in corporate intelligence and disputes with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa. She specializes in evidence gathering and witness identification for international arbitration and complex cross-border disputes, with particular experience in the energy and telecommunications sectors.
Jenna recently led engagements in the context of a US$800 million ICSID investor-state claim and investigation of terrorism financing and sanctions busting by a Gulf financial institution. Other notable experience includes sovereign asset tracing, investigation of government corruption and bribery, gathering documentary evidence submitted in an NCA criminal complaint, and preparing evidence for a successful petition of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. She has worked closely with legal counsel to develop combined investigative and disclosure strategies such as through Section §1782, criminal complaints, as well as public relations campaigns.
Jenna is an active contributor to Raedas-founded non-profit, FIND. She recently assisted an investigation into war criminal financiers for designation under UK and EU sanctions.
Prior to joining Raedas, Jenna completed a two-year research project at Johns Hopkins University on the global trade of conventional weapons, focusing on international and domestic regulations governing US arms exports to Egypt and Saudi Arabia. She was previously an equities analyst at a Cayman Islands-based hedge fund, and at a global market reporting and commodities pricing firm where she published articles on energy markets. She began her career at a New York City boutique law firm focusing on litigation and arbitration support.