Jessica Strull

Jessica Strull
Jessica Strull

Writer

Education

Johnson & Wales University

Expertise

Human Resources

Employee Retention

Employee Training & Development

Company Info

Introduction

Jessica has written for SheOwnsIt.com, WomenWhoMoney.com, and NewsBreak.com.

She earned her Associate's degree in Baking and Pastry Arts and Bachelor’s degree in Management from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. 


Experience

Jessica has written for a number of online publications including womenwhomoney.com and newsbreak.com. She earned her bachelor's degree in management with a concentration in human resources management from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Before becoming a freelance writer, Jessica spent the majority of her career at Bank of America where she learned the ins and outs of customer service training & development, human resource management, and employee retention. She is passionate about the employee experience and providing equal career opportunities.

Education

Jessica started her education in the Baking and Pastry Arts at Johnson and Wales University in Providence by skipping her senior year of high school. After earning her associate’s degree, she continued her education as a management major and completed her bachelor’s in human resource management.

Lifewire and Dotdash

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