Jenny Naomi Kleeman is a British documentary film-maker and journalist who is best known for her work on Channel 4's foreign affairs series Unreported World and BBC One's Panorama.
Kleeman was educated at Westminster School, a boarding and day independent school in Central London, followed by Queens' College at the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a double first Bachelor of Arts degree in Social and Political Sciences, on 29 June 2001.
Life and career
Kleeman began working at The Guardian newspaper after a few weeks' work experience. She has reported for HBO's Vice News Tonight, Channel 4's Dispatches, The One Show on BBC One among others, as well as making 13 films for Unreported World. She was nominated for the Amnesty International Gaby Rado memorial award for her work on Unreported World.
Since June 2015, Kleeman has contributed short documentaries to The Guardian's video output. Her projects so far have included work on revenge porn, indigenous communities, sex robots and British children born with HIV/AIDS.
Kleeman is currently a regular on Sky News "Press Preview".