Jennifer has a PhD in International Political Economics and has over 15 years of experience conducting pricing and costing analyses. She has led multiple studies for both corporate and not-for-profit clients across a wide range of industries such as pharmaceuticals (including vaccines and bio-pharma), medical devices, public health, chemicals, professional services, diversified industrial, mining and energy.
Jennifer has developed an extensive skill set in helping clients with multiple, often competing, stakeholders with developing and implementing funding and costing methodologies and strategies. This work brings together elements of economics, statistical modelling, cost accounting, and game theory/incentive alignment.
Jennifer has deep experience in the professional services industry as well as working with global advisors and consultancies. Prior to KPMG, she served as Managing Director for a major finance services company, specializing in international transfer pricing, including complex planning, controversy and documentation issues.