Jessica started skating in Bloomfield Hills Michigan at the age of four. She, along with her partner, set multiple national and international records in the world of ice dancing. Most notably, they became the first US dance team to claim gold at the Junior World Championships, silver at the US National Championships Senior level qualifying for a spot on the 1998 US Olympic Team and the 1998 US World Team all in the same year. During her 10 year competitive Ice Dancing career, she earned many additional National and International titles. Her passion for the sport continues as she uses her experience and knowledge to promote proper, well rounded training for aspiring athletes through coaching.
-1994 Novice National Champion
-1995 Junior Bronze Medalist
-1996 and 1997 Junior National Champion
-1998 Junior Series Ukraine Gold Medalist
-1998 Junior Series Hungary Gold Medalist
-1998 Junior World Champion
-1998 Senior National Silver Medalist
-1998 United States Olympian
-1998 United States World Team member
-2001 Senior Bronze Medalist
Jessica began coaching in 1998. She now combines her skating experience, consistent study of traditional and modern dance, and knowledge of athletic curriculums set by the National Academy of Sports Medicine to elevate skaters' performances and component scores. Her experience working with numerous National and International competitors fuels her passion to provide complete and effective foundational training for all skaters beginning their skating journey.
USFS & PSA. Safesport Compliant.Bachelor of Spanish Literature, cum laude. Additional education in communication, self expression and leadership
Skating skills, edge work, choreography, power skating, all things component score related.
Suburban Ice Rochester