Jenny Nyunt

Jenny Nyunt, Public Relations Co-op, ServiceNow

Jenny Nyunt is a public relations co-op supporting the global communications organization at ServiceNow. She's a rising senior at Northeastern University in Boston, majoring in business and economics with a concentration in marketing from the D'Amore-McKim School of Business.

Originally from Yangon, Myanmar, Jenny is an activist for rescue animals. She also founded a nonprofit Instagram page to raise awareness of social issues in her country: @listenupmyanmar.


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