Johnston Withers

Jenny Seal.

General manager

Jenny Seal is the General Manager of Johnston Withers Lawyers and is responsible for driving the firm’s financial and operational success.

Working on Kaurna lands (Adelaide)

Seeing the collective effort of the team translate into the realisation of our operational and financial goals reflects the power of dedicated teamwork and strategic vision.

Jenny's qualifications

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
  • Chartered Accountant

Jenny's experience

With a versatile background encompassing a number of management roles, Jenny has a proven track record of driving organisational success. Jenny has experience in overseeing and coordinating the overall operations and financial management of businesses and is passionate about streamlining operations and fostering innovation and team collaboration.

Jenny's expertise

Jenny is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand with a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in accounting. Jenny enjoys building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders and leading a high performance team.

Outside the Office

Jenny likes to immerse herself in the world of music by playing musical instruments, listening to live music and singing in a choir. Jenny also enjoys visiting wineries and spending time at the beach.

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