Jessica is an accomplished professional guide both above and below the water. She has spent the last 12 years splitting her time between land and sea, working in the bridge as a Captain and in the field as an Expedition Leader and Producer.
Jessica has a wide range of experience, having led expeditions across remote islands as well as cultural programs in-and-around Europe and the Middle East. In November 2019, Jessica captained her first double-handed ocean crossing solely under sail and has logged over 50,000 nautical miles across all four oceans. Furthermore, she has spent several years as a Medical Officer and leading bespoke trekking trips for students studying Global Public Health and Wilderness Medicine.
Beyond being a medical anthropology enthusiast, Jessica has a Master’s in Public Health, Environmental Epidemiology and a Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management. She digs deep into her passion for ocean conservation and storytelling and loves sharing her knowledge about the ocean with everyone who travels with her.