Here's who I am & what I do
Jessica Sanon is passionate about supporting and building economic mobility and capacity for communities facing systemic barriers. In 2017, Jessica founded sySTEMic flow, a socially driven organization that advances STEM education and math proficiency for women and girls who identify as Black, Indigenous, and Person of color (BIPOC). At sySTEMic flow, she has developed and implemented inclusive programs that tackle the issues surrounding the retention of BIPOC women in STEM through a holistic model that bridges the educational and workforce gap within the industry. Jessica has worked across various industries where she advanced new business ventures and program initiatives that strategically address societal gaps in education, housing, and the professional services industry. She has worked with business leaders on their organizations' recruitment and retention efforts through career development opportunities and DEI programs.
Jessica has over ten years of experience in client management, program and business development, organizational assessment, and project management. She sees her work as a community effort, focusing on addressing members' needs by continuously listening to members' perspectives in an open, safe space and collaborative environment.
Jessica has her MBA in Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Management from the Heller School at Brandeis University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics & Statistics, and Economics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
Jessica has been nothing but outstanding. Her pure passion and love for youth empowerment are evident from sharing connections and skills to offering support and prep talks. Jessica exudes community, communication and is a mentor for all youth she contacts with and more. She improved work-life skills & is educating students to step into their full authentic self. Jessica does not just meet goals, but she goes above and beyond. Truly inspirational!
Alexse E., Career Mentee