Jessica has been interested in engineering education since her undergraduate days. In her undergrad days, it started with the NSF PIEE Project, designing and implementing engineering lesson plans in a local Worcester 2nd grade classroom. Now, each year she hosts a high school junior for a week, demonstrating what it's like in a research laboratory. During the summer she mentors 1-2 young undergraduates in the NSF REU program for 10 weeks, advocating and training for a graduate education. And for 5 years running now, she has made and demonstrated an Augmented Reality Sandbox for the annual summer science and engineering festival at WPI, TouchTomorrow. In the classroom, Jessica strives to create an inclusive and open space to learn.