Jennifer Nadel is a qualified barrister, author, speaker, campaigner and an award-winning journalist. She’s reported for the BBC, Channel 4 and ITN from around the world. Her book on the Sarah Thornton case highlighted the way the law discriminates against women who’ve experienced domestic violence and was made into a BBC Film and Channel 4 documentary. Sarah’s first novel, Pretty Thing, about a 15-year old girl who falls in love with an older man, was published in February 2015 by Corsair.
Jennifer’s inspiring non-fiction book, We: A Manifesto For Women Everywhere, co-written with actress Gillian Anderson, was published by HarperCollins in March 2017. It is an uplifting, timely, and practical manual for creating change in women’s lives, with nine universal principles that help you confront life’s inevitable emotional and spiritual challenges.
She is also the co-founder of Compassion in Politics and speaks on a range of issues on both sides of the Atlantic.