Jessica leads our College and Career Readiness programs, assists with grant writing initiatives, and has a special interest in empowering parents to take a more active role in their child’s education.
Through her experience working with students from kindergarten to graduate school, Jessica is devoted to resolving the readiness gap, a general under preparedness in young people that typically becomes most obvious in the transition from high school to college or a career. Jessica champions the development of what we call the “Self-Advocating Student” – young adults who are comfortable communicating their skills, talents and needs, in the pursuit of achieving defined academic and professional goals.
Jessica earned her Master's in History from Harvard University and a A.B.D. in the History of Science and Technology from Arizona State.