Jess is responsible for recruiting and training advocates to participate in the legislative process. She also manages New Futures training program.
Jess received her BA in Communication and Women’s Studies from the University of New Hampshire with minors in Sociology and Race and Ethnic Studies. She has interned at organizations dedicated to advocating for healthcare access, women’s rights, and social justice, and co-founded a successful student organization at UNH focused on the same. Her roles within these organizations were multi-faceted and included creative development, marketing, advocacy, community organizing, and administrative processes.
Jess currently serves on the board of the Equality Health Center in Concord and is a participant in the New Leaders Council Fellowship Program class of 2019. She enjoys watching comedy and doing creative projects in her personal time. She grew up in NH and continues to reside in the Granite State.