Born and raised in Vancouver, Jessica brings to Sentis a unique educational and work history that has given her hands-on experience in key areas of research and project management.
While pursuing her BSc in Chemical Biology at UBC, she wrote research grant proposals, conducted experiments, analyzed health science data and created press releases and scientific blogs.
While in the Master of Management program (also at UBC), Jessica studied marketing research and strategy, and gained a wealth of practical experience through conducting consumer surveys, analyzing the results, and developing strategic action plans.
Somehow, she also found time to work at BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, participate in the National Strategy Consulting Case Competition, and serve as a mentor to research students at UBC.
As an analyst at Sentis, Jessica is part of our survey programming and design team and provides project management and data visualization support for both ad-hoc and tracking studies.
Jessica grew up playing competitive sports (soccer, basketball and volleyball), and now enjoys the non-competitive pursuits of digital illustration, reading and travelling.