Jenna Sherman

Jenna (she/her) is a Campaign Director at UltraViolet, with a focus on tech and gender and gender and the media. As a lifelong gender justice activist, she’s committed to securing improved healthcare, safety, and justice for all people with marginalized gender identities.

Her commitment to this work stems from witnessing and experiencing injustices in her family and community growing up queer, low-income, and Jewish in Texas and Alabama. Today, Jenna has her MPH from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Social and Behavioral Sciences, with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. Her work on gendered health misinformation  has been featured in publications including Scientific American, The Washington Post, MIT Technology Review, and PBS.

Jenna is a rape crisis counselor, a birth doula, a never use alone volunteer operator, an indoor gardening novice, a singer, and a lover of all cats — especially her own. She newly lives in Southern California where she wakes up each day thankful for the palm trees and mountains.