Giving Tuesday: Join the MovementNovember 1, 2023
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Jessica has been working in the non-profit sector for the duration of her short career and has
experience in fundraising, youth and stakeholder engagement, donor stewardship and program
management. She currently works as a Relationship Manager at United Way/Centraide
Windsor-Essex County, overseeing their donor stewardship and engagement program.
She graduated from the University of Windsor in 2018 with a BA in Families and Social Relations
and Psychology. As a student, Jess was heavily involved in the mental health space both on and
off campus. She was a Network Representative for Jack.org, spoke across the country about
mental health and her own journey, facilitated workshops, and was a student advisor to the
development of the University's Student Mental Health Strategy.
Most recently, Jess is finishing her term as a Network Liaison on the board of directors at
Jack.org (December 2020). She is also currently a board member of the International
Association of Youth Mental Health (IAYMH).
We provide an ongoing one-to-one connection with a professional counsellor. Our online counselling service allows youth to connect with a professional and qualiﬁed counsellor by self referral, to explore the issues being faced in a secure and online environment.