Jessica is a lifelong feminist and environmentalist born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. She received degrees in chemistry from Kalamazoo College and chemical engineering from Michigan State University. She began her professional career working in environmental consulting, first in Michigan and then in Colorado. Jessica now works as an Air Quality Planner for the Regional Air Quality Council, a Denver based nonprofit.
Her career has made her a passionate advocate for policy driven, systemic change. This passion, combined with personal experience, drove her to become involved with CCASA. She believes deeply in CCASA’s focus on supporting the community through advocating for statewide systems change and providing public policy education and advocacy. Jessica hopes to continue to be a strong advocate for CCASA in the community through becoming a board member. It is her goal to leverage her existing community connections and passion for the work CCASA is doing to support the ongoing success of the organization..