Assembly Member, City Hall, London. UK
Jennette Arnold OBE AM has been a Labour member of the London Assembly since 2000, and has represented the North East London constituency of Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest since 2004.
Jennette’s work at City Hall, focuses on the key strategic issues that impact directly on the lives of her constituents – improved Transport Services, London's Economy, Crime Reduction and Affordable Housing. She is also a champion in the fight against any form of injustice and discrimination.
As a former member of the Metropolitan Police Authority (2000-2012) and now a member of the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee (PCC) the focus of her work is on police accountability; community relations; together with increased support for the victims and witnesses of crime.
Jennette is currently the Chair of the London Assembly, Member of the Board of Governors at: The Museum of London; University of East London; The Petchey Academy; Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School and The Royal Court Theatre. For more information go to: http//:www.jennettearnold.com and follow on @jennettearnold