Jessica attended Santa Clara University and received her B.S. in Bioengineering with an emphasis in Biomolecular Technology. Her studies focused on biochemistry, tissue engineering, biosignals and processing, and much more. While at Santa Clara University, Jessica coauthored and presented her Senior Design Thesis “A Methane to Methanol Conversion Device” which won the Grand Prize in the Santa Clara Entrepreneur Organization (SCEO) Business Plan Competition.
Jessica went on to receive her J.D. at Santa Clara University School of Law in May 2018, focusing in the school’s top-ten ranked intellectual property program. She received the High Tech Law Certificate with an Intellectual Property Specialization and was recognized on the Dean’s List throughout law school.