18 December 2019

Jenna Ash joins The College of Law New Zealand as Chief Academic Officer

Published on 18 December 2019
The College of Law New Zealand has welcomed Jenna Ash as Chief Academic Officer. 

Jenna brings to the College a wide breadth of experience across various sectors, including law. She was admitted to legal practice in 2010 and since worked with KPMG before managing the Auckland University Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s programmes.  

“In the constantly changing environment that the College delivers it is great to have someone with Jenna’s experience joining the team. With a focus on student satisfaction and technological advances to improve delivery, this appointment is key to the Colleges strategic vision,” said Marcus Martin, Chief Executive Officer of The College of Law New Zealand. 

Jenna’s experience prior to joining the College also includes brand strategy and managing multi-disciplinary projects – including the challenges that may arise.

”I am delighted to have joined The College of Law NZ and to build on the incredible work the team have been doing here to enrich student experience, and build a comprehensive suite of products to serve the legal profession.”

Jenna began with the College in November and will work directly with the New Zealand team.