Jessica is an Executive Functioning/Academic/ADHD coach, an active member in the disability community and a public speaker advocating and educating about learning disabilities and ADHD. She has worked with middle school, high school, and college students struggling with executive functioning skills. She is on the board of the Learning Disabilities Association of Maryland Montgomery County and a co-leader of an online support group for young adults with ADHD and learning disabilities. As a board member she assists and educates teachers, administrators, and parents about learning disabilities and the different services available. As a co-leader, Jessica supports and helps young adults with different challenges that are faced daily. Jessica has great desire to help others see their success and support them in anyway possible.
Jessica has presented about self-advocacy and learning disabilities to elementary aged children, college students, and organizations. Jessica spoke at the 2019 Learning Disabilities Association of America Annual Conference about the Impact educators and parents have on a successful transition for individuals with learning disabilities and ADHD.
Jessica has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Marist College and Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University in New York City. She has completed coaching courses in Executive Functioning and ADHD for students. Most importantly Jessica likes to make people smile and believe in themselves. She always says “We can all achieve success! We define success, no one else does.”