Jenny Rieger has a Master's in Dance History from York University and a Master's of Museum Studies from the University of Toronto. A social historian, she worked with a number of Toronto historic house museums ending up as the Site Co-ordinator of The Grange and the Co-ordinator of the Information Guides at the Art Gallery of Ontario. She has her professional certification in Cultural Sector Leadership and Historic Site Preservation from the University of Victoria. She was the Chair of the National Historic Sites Alliance of Ontario, Chair of the Toronto Preservation Board and on the Executive of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.
"I live close to the Sculpture Forest and am able to walk my dog through it most days. I have three favourite pieces: Curled Figures—Susan Low-Beer; Musical Inspiration—Simon Chidharara, and Sleep of the Huntress—Doug Stephens. It is the massiveness, shape and texture of the works that appeals to me."
Jenny has been on the Board since 2017.