Founder of Creating Meaning
Jessica is dedicated to working towards positive social and environmental change through transformative learning, dialogue and creative practices. She has an MA in Fashion and the Environment from University of the Arts London, with a final project focusing on a theory of emotional sustainability as an agent for change. Through facilitated workshops using creative mediums including poetry and making and framed by Bohm’s dialogue, Jessica encourages participants to explore various themes such as personal and shared values, the feminine principle and the relevance of sustainability to their lives. Her work aims to provide a creative and engaging space for participants to better understand themselves, improve their relationships with others and ultimately become more activated and engaged citizens, willing and empowered to contribute to positive change. Jessica is a Steering Ambassador for the CIC Alwayz Kreative, has previously volunteered with the charities Fine Cell Work and Art Against Knives and is on the youth committee of The Hospital Club, contributing to their sustainability agenda. She had facilitated workshops at The School of Economic Science, The Hospital Club, 42 Acres and Lights of Soho. Her previous creative projects have been exhibited at the UAL Showroom and The Hospital Club.