Lead PPN: Women's Health
Jessica is a fourth-year medical student pursuing a career in obstetrics and gynecology. She grew up in Northern Virginia and graduated from MIT with a degree in biological engineering. At Penn, in addition to serving as a Women’s Health division lead for CSH, she has also been involved with Medical Students for Choice, the CHOP Homeless Health Initiative, the OBGYN Interest Group, and Centering pregnancy, along with conducting research studying pregnancy of unknown location, postpartum depression, and abortion access. She is passionate about reproductive justice, health equity, abortion access, and LGBTQ advocacy. In her free time, she enjoys singing, sightseeing, and being too invested in women’s soccer.