Jenne Lombardo started her career in the fashion industry as a Special Events manager for popular Tina Brown’s Talk Magazine. Further, she worked for esteemed magazines like GQ and New York Magazine as a freelance events consultant. She then ultimately, worked as the in-house Special Events Director at Interview.
Furthermore, Lombardo stepped into the fashion sectors as the Executive Director of “Talent”, “Global Fashion”, and Special Event for “Estee Lauder”, M.A.C. Cosmetic.
Throughout her career in M.A.C., she oversaw talent for the famed Viva Glam and Icon campaign which featured Christina Aguilera, Diana Ross, Lady Gaga, Pamela Anderson, Missy Elliot and many more popular artists.
She also enlisted designer and artist such as Maira Kalman, Richard Phillips, Alica+Olivia, Barbie, Hello Kitty, Gareth Pugh, Marilyn Minter, and Liberty London among others.
Jenne served seven years in M.A.C. and then joined MADE as the Executive Director and Curator, where she provided a platform for promising and outstanding design talent.
Lombardo along with her partners Keith Basptista and Mazdack Rassi have built MADE into a year-round, vibrant stage that connects emerging talent in fashion, pop-culture, art, and music with imaginative brands to create new cultural platforms and communities.
Aside from MADE, Jenne is the founder of The Terminal Presents, which revitalized brands like W Hotels, Keds, and Playboy to provide to Modern, millennial audience.
Exploring her personal life, Jenne is a mother of three children Roxy, Bowie, and Valentine. She is a very secretive person, who prefers to keep her personal life far from the media's attention. Though she has revealed little information regarding her children but never opened up about her affairs.
Lastly, about economic aspects, she generates most of her wealth through the fashion industry. However, her exact figure of net worth is not opened yet but looking at her career, we can assume that, her net worth might be in millions of dollars.