Sharna Jackson is a Children’s Content Creator working across digital, arts, education and entertainment. She’s currently investigating what digital means for a publisher of personalized kids books and programming digital activity for young people in Kent.
Recent roles include writer and producer of the family audio guide for The Broad Museum in LA, and the Director of Creative, Content and Interactive at Hopster.
Sharna launched Tate Kids in 2008, which won Webbys, Lovies and was nominated for Children’s BAFTAs three times. In November 2014, two art activity book were published by Tate.
Sharna is a governor at a primary school in Rotherhithe and serves on the Children's Media Conference and BAFTA Childrens Awards committees. Sharna has as a PgDip in Media Culture and Communication from the Institute of Education, University of London.