Jessica’s story begins like many Alabama conservatives: Born in rural Alabama, she spent her early years in a mobile home park where nobody was rich, but everyone worked hard. Her nurse mother and salesman father taught her the value of hard work. She grew up hunting, fishing, four wheeling, and playing basketball.
This foundation motivated Jessica to work her way through college earning a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Jacksonville State University.
Jessica began her career writing and managing grants while working in the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Her tenure included managing several statewide initiatives, including Alabama Communities for Education, a high school dropout prevention program.
While working during the day and raising her first son, Sam, Jessica earned her law degree at night from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.
In 2010, she founded Azimuth to help nonprofit organizations, schools, and local governments become stronger in their communities by helping them navigate the maze of government regulations to get results.
Active in her church and community, Jessica remains grounded in the values in which she was raised. In 2016, she served as president of the River Region Pregnancy Center, an organization committed to helping pregnant women and protecting unborn life. She currently serves as the president of the board of directors for the Samaritan Counseling Center in Montgomery and has been a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Alabama since 2005. Jessica is also a board member of the Kiwanis Club of Montgomery and member of the First United Methodist Church of Prattville.
Jessica is running for Congress because she is an ardent supporter of President Trump’s fight to drain the swamp, secure our borders, and make America great again. As the proud wife of an Army JAG officer and Iraq war veteran, she knows that U.S. national security must come first. Putting her values into action she and her business have been active with nonprofit organizations that work to protect Alabama’s military bases from closure.
Jessica has the principles, courage, and work ethic to stand up to the socialist “Squad,” the liberals, and the DC special interests. To fight back, Jessica aims to build a conservative squad of her own. Join her squad today by clicking here.
Jessica lives in Prattville, Alabama with her husband, Bryan, and their three children Sam, Fair, and Jackson.