Jennifer is an innovative and respected researcher and communications advisor. Ms. Espey has worked for more than 25 years at the highest levels of politics, government, and business to help clients understand the social, economic and environmental attitudes that affect their interests.
She was a founding partner of one of Canada’s leading research firms where she designed and led research programs to win federal and provincial elections, develop legislative agendas, improve corporate reputations, advocate successfully for issues for NGOs, work with governments to create policy and develop responsive crisis communications.
Overseeing and conducting public opinion and special audience research for a wide range of clients, Jennifer is one of Canada’s most skilled engineers of qualitative and quantitative research and analyses. Ms. Espey has published in Policy Options on the role of research in elections and written for the Globe and Mail on attitudes of Canada’s C-Suite to economic and workplace issues.