Jessie Schwartzman is a dynamic professional with a passion for fostering community engagement and youth development. A graduate of Florida State University with dual degrees in Communications and Family Child Science in 2019, Jessie has since immersed herself in the vibrant landscape of Jewish teen programming. Currently serving as the JumpSpark Manager for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Jessie plays a pivotal role in shaping the Atlanta Jewish teen ecosystem. Her responsibilities span from curating innovative programming and cultivating leadership development to overseeing social media and communications initiatives, ensuring a rich and interconnected experience for the community she serves.
Rooted in her love for community-building, Jessie’s journey extends beyond her professional role. A self-proclaimed “camp girl at heart,” she spent her summers at URJ Camp Coleman, where she developed a deep appreciation for the transformative power of communal experiences. Jessie brings this spirit and enthusiasm to her work, infusing creativity and a commitment to meaningful connections in everything she does.