Jessica C. Bennett
JESSICA C. BENNETT is co-founder of Women for Impact Now (WIN), a bipartisan organization committed to bringing honest, principled leadership to the White House, civility to bipartisan discourse and to increasing voters’ civic engagement. Jessica is also co-founder and COO of Zorya, Inc., a tech start-up focused on mobility and safety for women and families. Jessica most recently served as the Vice President, Assistant General Counsel & Assistant Secretary of a private investment vehicle and its NYSE-listed midstream energy company. Originally from Texas, Jessica began her legal career at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Vinson & Elkins LLP in New York and is a member of the New York State Bar. She previously worked in the White House, focusing on the development of President George W. Bush’s immigration policy and overseeing policy meetings and policy briefings to the President. Jessica received her juris doctorate degree from The University of Texas School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington & Lee University (Phi Beta Kappa). She is a supporter of UNICEF, The Opportunity Network and The Tahirih Justice Center, is a member of The Fourth Floor and lives in New York City with her husband.