Jess is someone who lives to understand and apply the power of words. With a degree in English and a focus in Creative Writing, she has spent several years learning how to capture a reader’s attention and hold onto it until she is through. She comes to us at KickCharge® Creative as a motivated, young thinker, who’s looking to combine her passion for writing with a long-held interest for business. Her mission is to immerse herself in the voice of a business or brand, and then take it to new heights through innovative and compelling copy.
Demonstrating her ability to lead and excel through former employment at Rutgers University, Jess brings to the table a wealth of potential and creative spark. Looking to learn something new each day, she is driven to succeed from her own ambitions of becoming a dependable, one-of-a-kind copywriter. A natural collaborator through her participation in varsity sports and volunteer organizations, Jess embraces the opportunity to grow and thrive with her KickCharge Creative teammates.
Jess graduated magna cum laude from Rutgers University with a B.A in English and a certificate in creative writing. While attending Rutgers, she enrolled in a wide range of writing courses, from poetry to screenwriting.
In her free time, Jess enjoys going on trips with her family and spending time with her friends. You can consider her the outdoorsy-type, always adventuring to her favorite Jersey spots (with a dream to see the rest of the world, too). Apart from writing for a profession, she devotes time to her own creative projects and aims to publish her own screenplay.
When her pen isn’t hitting the page, Jess is usually strumming away on her guitar, trying to learn her favorite songs. She’s a foodie by nature, too, and loves checking out the most talked-about hot spots and eateries. Although she’ll always be a Jersey girl at heart, she follows in her grandfather’s footsteps and makes noise every time that the New York Rangers hit the ice.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life. And see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived” —Henry David Thoreau