Social Worker, Children’s Program

Jessica received a BA from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN, a Master’s in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley, and is a Tamalpa Institute graduate in movement-based Expressive Arts Therapy. For over a decade, she has centered her work on providing services and advocacy for immigrant survivors of crime, primarily working in shelters, schools, and legal aid organizations. Jessica is also a dance artist, using the arts to explore memory, self-care, and social justice. She joined the Florence Project in February 2017.