Live Nation's comms chief Jenni Young joins volunteering charity v

Live Nation's marketing and PR director has left to head up comms at volunteering charity v.

Producer of Wireless: Live Nation
Producer of Wireless: Live Nation

Jenni Young has spent the past five years at the world’s largest producer of live concerts, overseeing the marketing strategy across all of its tours and festivals, including Download Festival, Wireless and Hard Rock Calling.

She has now joined the National Young Volunteers Service as director of marketing and communications. She will be directing projects including the vinspired National Awards and v’s Voicebox campaign and will report to CEO Terry Ryall.

Ryall said: ‘Jenni’s knowledge of youth culture and experience across youth-targeted projects will be invaluable to v’s ongoing commitment to creating opportunities for young people within the volunteering sector.'

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