Jessica’s open and curious nature mean she’s unafraid to take on any client or task, no matter the sector. She thrives on variety, which is what drew her to the fast-paced, ever-changing landscape of PR. Jessica loves writing, whether she’s working a blog, press releases or social media posts. She jumps at the opportunity to broaden her PR and media skillset – pulling together campaign films, attending events and always being in the know.
Jessica wants to shout about issues that matter and put them to the forefront of people’s minds. At university she led fundraising and PR campaigns for a local charity – boosting understanding of the importance of teaching English to migrant and refugee children in the area, and recruiting as many fellow students as possible.
Her background in Anthropology has given her curiosity for each and every aspect of society, driving her to discover as many sectors as possible. She loves nothing more than getting to the root of what makes each client different, using that to deliver strong media campaigns that stand out – whether that’s for not-for-profit clients such as Contact the Elderly, Anchor, and Living Streets or corporate clients like National Accident Helpline.
In her spare time, you’ll find Jessica dancing at her favourite gigs, hunting down the best drinking holes in London, or otherwise planning her escapes to undiscovered, exciting places of the world.