Adjunct Faculty, Business
BS, MBA, Plymouth State College
Jessica has over twelve years of experience working in the non-profit sector.
She first found her passion for community service while volunteering for organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and The Ronald McDonald House as a student at P
SU. Jessica has served as the Executive Director of the Pemi Youth Center (PYC) for the past eight years. The Center is a local non-profit organization that provides after school programming aimed to support the development of local youth. In 2006, Jessica co-founded The Faith, Hope And Love Foundation (FHL) along with fellow PSU alum, Laura Brusseau. The Foundation addresses the overwhelming needs of young people suffering from poverty, hunger, or homelessness throughout the State by awarding thousands of dollars to youth each year. Jessica has been an adjunct faculty member at PSU since 2006 and truly enjoys teaching and inspiring her students to recognize their unique abilities and to live their dreams.
Plymouth State University, Masters of Business Administration, 2004
Plymouth State University, Bachelor of Science: Marking, 2003
Jessica enjoys hiking and skiing in the White Mountains with her family. She is a member of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women at PSU and cares deeply about women’s issues. Jessica is a dynamic and enthusiastic speaker, who speaks to girls and young women about self-love, body image, gender stereotypes, and living their best lives.
Jessica lives in Plymouth with her husband Bryan, and their three children, Noah, Caleb, and Emma.
BU 2440: Business Ethics and Society
BUDI 2650: Career Exploration
ED 2550: Mentoring Adolescents