Biography

Jessica is a Communications Specialist at the Florence School of Regulation. Working at the nexus of policy and academia, she connects the dots between digital strategies and policy-oriented research to facilitate transcontinental knowledge exchange and capacity building. Jessica has worked alongside dynamic teams in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and India; building on her professional skills across digital learning, content strategy, digital marketing, print and web editing, community building, and research.

In 2017, she co-founded the Lights on Women Initiative, which takes meaningful steps towards shaping a more inclusive energy sector. From training and advocacy to integrating a gender equality perspective into the FSR’s online activities and media content — the initiative addresses the under-representation of women in the energy by shining a light on their expertise, making their contributions visible to the energy community in Europe and worldwide.

Jessica holds her M.A. in Political Science with a concentration in EU Economic and Social Policy from James Madison University (JMU). She also holds a B.A. from JMU with degrees in Public Policy and Administration and Justice Studies.


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