Jessica’s Endorsements


“Jessica was also a pleasure to have as a student. She has a very pleasant and enthusiastic demeanor, but she was a serious student, one who was bright, enjoyed talking about course material, and one who got her work done on time. She was able to do independent research, especially in her role as a delegate in the Model UN program, but at the same time showed she could work in a team setting as a member of her delegation. She wrote well and was able to apply theoretical concepts to real world events.”

– Michael McBride, Professor of Political Science and Whittier College

 

“Jessica is a top student. She is in my public relations research methods class and was in my introduction to public diplomacy class. She is engaging, thoughtful and a pleasure to have in class. Jessica grasps complex issue and topics with no problem. More importantly, she is a critical-thinking student. That is, she evaluates, looks for alternative explanations and examines issues thoroughly. It is refreshing to have a student like Jessica in class. She helps facilitate the education of the other members of the class by her questions and comments.”

– Dennis Kinsey, Director of Public Diplomacy Program at Syracuse University

 

“Jessica earned dual undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Spanish from Whittier College and is now pursuing dual master’s degrees in Public Relations and International Relations from the Newhouse School and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse. She recently completed an internship with the Human Rights Watch in Brussels, Belgium. Her rigorous educational background, coupled with her recent internship and prior work experience at WildAid, the Global Learning Initiatives and the International Conservation Caucus Foundation makes her most suited for an opportunity to deploy her communications skills and talents on behalf of your organization—in fact, I believe Jessica would be a strong contributor to your team.”

Donna Stein, Professor of Public Relations at Syracuse University

 

 

 

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