Jessica is an attorney and advocate working at the intersection of racial justice, media and technology. She has been a consistent voice for net neutrality, affordable internet access and media diversity, and has challenged white supremacy in the media. Previously, she was the executive vice president and general counsel at National Hispanic Media Coalition, where she led the policy shop and helped coordinate campaigns against racist and xenophobic media programming. Prior to that she was a staff attorney and teaching fellow at Georgetown Law’s Institute for Public Representation, where she represented public interest and civil rights groups before the FCC, NTIA and in the courts of appeal. Jessica has testified before Congress multiple times, including once before the House to support Net Neutrality while suffering from acute morning sickness, and another before the Senate while eight months pregnant to support affordable internet access for low-income people.