Jessica is a National Online Journalist with GlobalNews.ca.
Jessica has been a journalist since the age of 15, when she talked the editors of a local paper into giving her a monthly column. Since then, her work has been seen in outlets like TechVibes, MobileSyrup, the Financial Post and CBC Radio, among others. In 2017, she graduated from the Ryerson School of Journalism, where she specialized in multimedia journalism.
She’s worked in a wide variety of digital mediums and most recently spearheaded the Business section for Canada’s largest technology news site, MobileSyrup.com. During her time there, she wrote often about Canada’s innovation policy, the changing face of Canadian transportation through ride sharing and autonomous cars, and the relationship between digital streaming and Canadian content.
She’s interested in technology, entrepreneurship, politics, and the different forces at work in the market today.
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