Jen Hooke

Co-founder and CEO of Thirty Percy

Jen is the Co-founder and CEO of Thirty Percy, a philanthropic institution that supports structural transformation of our political economy, with a focus on resourcing visionary leadership and reimagining the role of capital in building civic power.

Jen’s current interests include participatory just transition frameworks for climate action, tax and anti-trust policy, as well as governance and institutional design.

Prior to Thirty Percy, Jen was General Counsel of a UK-based Family Office, where she became a lead instigator of their early approach to responsible investment. Jen started her career as a lawyer at Macfarlanes LLP, where she specialised in advising wealth holders on the tax and structuring of their financial interests.

Jen is an adviser to Quadrature Climate Foundation, whose mission is to unlock critical solutions needed to avert and manage the worst climate impacts, especially for the most vulnerable people and ecosystems. Previously Jen advised the Place Based Climate Action Network (PCAN). Jen holds an LLB from the University of Bristol and an MPA from the London School of Economics.

Alongside working, Jen is on the steep learning curve that is parenthood and, when not juggling like crazy, enjoys walks on the beaches of North Norfolk and watching Arsenal FC.