Jessica will join Redstone after serving as an Executive Intern with the Colorado Governor’s Office of eHealth Innovation, working on health innovation policy, stakeholder engagement and communications under Governor Hickenlooper. She supported the implementation of the Colorado Health Information Roadmap, assisting with initiatives related to care coordination, data sharing and health care access across Colorado.
At the University of Colorado Boulder, Jessica studied information analytics, strategic leadership, and biochemistry. Passionate about the intersection of health, science, and policy, she assisted with the deployment of The Hard Call Podcast, advocated for accessible reproductive care for low-income women, and conducted original research on pain stigma. While studying, she directed the Distinguished Speakers Board, an events board that hosted some of the world’s greatest minds on campus, including Anderson Cooper, Captain Scott Kelly, and Madeleine Albright. Jessica graduated as a Norlin Scholar, Leeds Scholar, and represented the University of Colorado as a nominee for the Truman Scholarship.
Jessica is a Colorado native, and is passionate about gastronomy, travel, and art.
The University of Colorado Boulder, B.S. Business Administration with an emphasis in Information Analytics and Leadership, Minor in Biochemistry, Honors