In this role, she works with high achieving students as they transition from high school to post-secondary, and advises students who are considering graduate and professional school, or major awards and scholarships. Jessica thrives on helping students navigate through the bewildering maze of post-undergraduate options. Jessica completed her Master’s and Doctorate degrees at the University of Oxford, specializing in educational policy borrowing, and studies in comparative and international education. She also holds Bachelor degrees in arts and education from Queen’s University and subsequently taught in Nunavut, France and The Gambia. While in the UK, Jessica was Residential Director at Oxford Royale Academy and was previously Assistant Director at Camp B’nai Brith in Quebec, both residential summer programs. Beyond the university’s walls, she enjoys cooking, baking, (slow) distance running, and spending time with her son.