Jessica Pinsky has an established career as a governmental relations professional.
Born and raised in Jackson County, Florida, she is a seventh generation Floridian and includes former Governor Milton and United States Senator Milton among her ancestors.
Growing up in rural Florida, Jessica has a deep appreciation for all of Florida’s most precious natural resources and the fundamental need to preserve and protect those resources, especially America’s Everglades.
Prior to her role serving as Deputy Executive Director and Political Director of the Everglades Trust, Jessica worked in the Governor Bush administration, followed by a career in the private sector representing clients before the Florida Legislature. Most recently, Jessica worked as a legislative aide in local government.
At the Everglades Trust, she assists in managing the day to day operations, coalition outreach and interacting with local and state elected officials.
Jessica is active in her community by serving on the Board of Directors for the Junior League of the Palm Beaches and the South End Neighborhood Association in West Palm Beach. She is a member of the Junior Committee of the Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation, and has also served on numerous committees for charitable organizations, including Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches, Women’s Foundation of Palm Beach County and Girls Advocacy Project, Inc.
In her spare time, Jessica captains a local community tennis team and volunteers at her daughter’s school. She lives in West Palm Beach with her husband, Richard, their daughter, Ella, and their dog, Oliver.