Jenny Cordle's personal work focuses on global health and human rights issues. In 2016 Jenny received a Certificate in Documentary Photography and Nonfiction Writing from Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies, with her work focusing on female genital cutting in Mali, West Africa.


2017 Narratively, "This Photographer Captured the Struggle and Beauty of Her Sister's Mental Illness"

2017 Open Society Foundations Instagram Takeover, "One Side of Me Daydreams"

2014 Afripost: Epistolary Journeys of African Pictures, "Dear Daouda"

2014 Vanishing Point Magazine, "A Death in Mali," http://www.vanishingpointmag.com


2009 Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

2003 Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, TN