Jessica grew up in Ontario in a small town called Stoney Creek. She decided to attend the University of Guelph to obtain an Honors Bachelor of Science majoring in Bio-Medical Science. While at the University of Guelph, she participated in various clubs and organizations as an undergraduate researcher, Emergency Department Coordinator at the Guelph General Hospital, and Brain Waves Executive Coordinator for Parachute Canada. She was also given the opportunity to work as a Supported Learning Group leader, where she facilitated weekly three hour sessions that reviewed difficult course material with students, and demonstrated new approaches to difficult course concepts to promote effective study strategies. She prides herself in actively using the transferable skills she gained from this program to provide the best, unique, academic consulting she can for each of her students. Recently, Jessica completed her Master of Science Degree through the University of British Columbia, where she studied how treatment induced neuroendocrine prostate cancer can develop.
Jessica’s favourite subjects are chemistry and biology. When not in the laboratory conducting experiments or tutoring, Jessica enjoys going to the gym, watching soccer, and exploring new restaurants around Vancouver.