Hi, I'm Jessica, your
My philosophy is that every student applying to college deserves the best guidance and my approach gives all students the key information they need to find a list of right-fit colleges. Because I am also a wife and a mother of three who believes in carrying a well-balanced life, I am convinced the college admissions process should be empowering and stress-free.
I add a unique holistic approach to your college admission process with one-on-one college counseling services.
Are you ready?
Which sounds most like you right now?
Why work with JumpStart?
ENGAGING VIDEO CALLS
During our one-on-one video call sessions, I will teach you the ins and outs of college admissions through exercises, Q&As, and more.
Clients enjoy direct access to me for questions, support, college admissions strategy training, and insights that you can't get anywhere else.
Students get individualized guidance on up-to-date news and topics, like SAT and ACT testing, college essay prompts, academics, extracurriculars, and more.
When I release a new resource like our College Admissions Annual Timeline, you will be the first to know!
I have plenty of experience working
with students all around the globe and are equipped to offer them a personalized approach, tailored to their unique needs.
What clients have to say
“Having Jessica’s support during this process was incredible. Her platform helped me find universities that I liked and made it easier to write many of my essays because all the information was available there.”
Student at University
“The best part of working with Jessica was how structured and organized she helped my kids get with their application process. This significantly lowered their stress and anxiety and allowed them to flow through the process. ”
Parent of a student
at Boston University
“Faced with a vastness of possibilities and such a time-consuming process, Jessica's orientation was crucial for us. Thanks to her experience and knowledge, she helped our son to focus on his objectives, see the way forward, act in time, prioritize, and, ultimately, to achieve his goals.”
Parent of a student
at Pomona College