Jessie provides both quantitative and qualitative research support for public and private sector clients on effective leadership of diverse workforces. Having graduated summa cum laude from New York University, where she obtained a BA at the Gallatin School for Individualized Study, she went on to complete an MA in Applied Quantitative Research from the NYU Department of Sociology in 2014. She is currently a PhD student in Sociology at NYU, where her research focuses on the intersection of race, law, and inequality. She has a particular interest in how unconscious bias plays a role in the perpetuation and replication of institutionalized inequality. Jessie has presented papers on the intersection of race, neighborhood change and the implementation of stop and frisk police activities at the American Society of Criminology conference as well as the meeting of the Law and Society Association. She presented research on anonymous online posting at the Eastern Sociological Society. Jessie’s research is supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. She is a MacCracken Fellow and a Furman Law Fellow at NYU’s law school.