Jessica is an attorney and executive director at Northwest Advocacy Foundation. A Chicago transplant, she moved to Seattle prior to starting law school at Seattle University School of Law.
While in law school, Jessica worked at Anderson, York & Stratton, as a Legal Assistant and then Rule 9 Licensed Legal Intern. In her three years at AY&S, she gained invaluable mentorship, training, and experience, and the work she did and the people she worked with are what inspired her to start Northwest Advocacy Foundation.
In addition to running Northwest Advocacy Foundation, Jessica is completing a Fellowship at Eastside Legal Assistance Program, where she assists domestic violence survivors with protection orders and family law matters.
In her free time, Jessica enjoys hiking, reading, and playing with her adorable cat, Cyrille.
• WSBA, Low Bono Section, member
• WSBA, Moderate Means Program, participating attorney
Juris Doctor, Seattle University School of Law, 2016
Presidential Law Scholarship recipient, 2013, 2014, and 2015
• Grantee, Seattle University School of Law Low Bono Incubator Program, 2017
• Community Choice Award, Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition, 2016