New Jersey Preservice Education Association President Jessica Quijano graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Integrative STEM education. Jessica served as the Vice President of NJSEA in the 2016-17 school year. She feels honored to have the opportunity to represent NJSEA on the state and national levels through committee work, conferences, conference calls, delegate assemblies, community projects and more. Being a part of the leadership has left an impact on Jessica as well as has involved her in many initiatives and events. Jessica values the work of the NJSEA leaders who came before her, from whom she has gained valuable professional development, gone to numerous conferences and conventions, networked with professionals and preservice educators across the country and the state. Jessica has a firm grip on the problems educators face and is ready to use her voice to secure the future for all.
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