|Stanford University, B.A.|
|Stanford University, M.A.|
|Harvard University, M.B.A.|
|London School of Economics, Fulbright Scholar|
Jenny Abramson is the Senior Vice President of Monetization & Partnerships at Personal (www.personal.com), a digital life management platform that gives individuals the tools to build a private, personal network centered on a data vault where they can control access to their personal information and manage their online identity. In this role, she is in charge of growing Personal through strategic partnerships and leading the company’s monetization strategy.
Abramson joined Personal after seven years at The Washington Post, where she most recently ran various start-up and turnaround ventures ranging from Washington Post Live (the company’s live journalism division) to FW (Fashion Washington) to The Washington Post Magazine. During her tenure, she also ran multiple sales teams as well as the Sports Marketing team and played a leadership role in broader company innovation efforts.
Abramson’s passion for personal data and privacy dates back to her work as a Fulbright Scholar at The London School of Economics where she focused on the ethical, political, and legal implications of The Human Genome Project. In her work in the education sector leading Program Strategy & Development for Teach For America and running former D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee’s Transformation Management Office, she continued to leverage the power of data as it related to student outcomes. Earlier in her career, Jenny worked in strategy consulting at The Boston Consulting Group for consumer product companies. Abramson graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. and M.A. and from Harvard Business School with an M.B.A.