As a high school dropout, I faced a lot of challenges in the real world. The lesson I learned is that education is vital not just for a successful career, but also for your self-confidence. That's why after seven years on television, I still went back and got my GED, something that I'm still very proud of todayJones donates $250K in school supplies Sep 08, 2008
I am curious what their status was and how far they would have gone. They looked mean. It was disturbingAnalysis: EU divided over Olympic boycott Apr 10, 2008
What the Web does is give everyone a simple key to all the corners and closets of your lifeWeb skeletons popping out of e-closet Jun 07, 2004
Scott Amedure's murder was a horrible tragedy, but I have always believed that it was fundamentally wrong and unfair to blame the showJenny Jones damage award overturned Oct 23, 2002
If we can show that torrefaction is feasible on an industrial scale then we would hope to end up with a demonstration plant here in the United Kingdom'Dry-roasted' plants could be energy fuel Jan 05, 2011
Jenny Jones is an English politician and prominent member of the Green Party of England and Wales. She currently represents the Green Party in the London Assembly, and it standing to be Mayor of London in the 2012 elections. She was Deputy Mayor of London from May 2003 to June 2004. She was also the sole Green councillor on Southwark Council from 2006 to 2010.
Before entering politics, Jones worked as financial controller in London. She attended the Institute of Archaeology at University College London as a mature student, studying archaeology. She spent about ten years as an archaeologist in the Middle East, "specialising in analysing ancient bird droppings", before embarking on a career in politics.
Jones joined the Green Party in 1988. She has held several posts within the party, including the position of Chair on the Green Party Executive from 1995 to 1997.