Daughter of the King, Dreamer, Leader, and Lover of Jesus, Deep Conversations, Family, and Football!
A small town girl from Washington State that graduated from college in the big city of Seattle. She was a collegiate athlete on the women’s basketball team while getting her bachelors in Physical Education at Seattle Pacific University.
Then jumped across the city and got her Masters in Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership at the University of Washington. She went back to Seattle Pacific University and spent six years in community engagement and athletic marketing in the athletic department.
During her time there, she loved to partner with student athletes and a variety of nonprofits including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Make-A-Wish, planning events and helping raise funds and awareness.
Three years ago the Lord told her to step away from the safe job in Seattle, led her to Africa for two weeks, and then told her to leave every comfort of home and move to Phoenix.
So she did.
She has been in Arizona for almost three years and now attends Hillsong Phoenix where she leads a PROPEL women’s group, volunteers as on the Welcome team, is a graduate of Hillsong Ministry School, is a lover of worship, and believes in the power of building community and relationships.
She also works at a nonprofit called Disciple Nations Alliance where her worldview is being expanded daily. She is learning more about the injustices of the world and how we can be advocates for those in need no matter where we live.
She owns her own health & wellness business, is passionate about living a healthier and debt free lifestyle and wants to help others do the same!
She is enjoying this amazing, enlightening and fulfilling journey the Lord placed before her and is very passionate about unlocking the daily destiny God has for her and others.
*Read more on why the name Jessie B. Ministries.
“Now glory be to God, who by His mighty power at work within us is able to do far more than we would ever dare to ask or even dream of—infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, or hopes.” – Ephesians 3:20 (TLB)