By the time she was fifteen Jessica was traveling and doing ministry with her mother in the mother-daughter duo, PJ's. In addition to leading services and concerts in local venues, they headlined for the Annual Kingdom Youth Conferences with Newsong, Age of Faith, and DC Talk; sang at the Life Focus Event at the Hampton Coliseum with Tony Evans; and performed at the Norfolk Scope. PJ's debuted two singles, "Rescue Me" and "Get Up," and while both songs received critical acclaim, their purpose was to raise money for efforts to help the impoverished communities in Hampton Roads. Prior to college Jessica had already been a featured soloist for a "Pepsi" commercial and used her voice to spread the gospel in many foreign countries. She was then awarded a scholarship to Liberty University where she sang for Light Internationals Ministries, a team she would later direct, and continued to take God's love to the world. Over the years Jessica has been a featured singer on national television and has ministered at scores of local churches, ministry events and conferences, but her favorite music ministry moment was in 2001 when she had the rare opportunity to sing about Christ openly in Beijing, China. Jessica's passion is to reach the Nations with the love of Jesus Christ. She serves as the Director of Creative Arts and Worship at Salem Church in Staten Island, NY, where people from over thirty nationalities come together for worship and service. It is her deep desire that the release of My Story, her first original solo recording project, will make an eternal difference in people's lives. This project is about God's grace throughout the Christian journey put to a musical mix that is today's sound.