Jess graduated in May of 2014 from Tufts University with a degree in International Relations and a concentration in Global Health, Nutrition and the Environment. One month later she was in Haiti launching Community Chlorinators (Kouzin Dlo), as the Co-Founder of the Archimedes Project's first clean water social enterprise. Jess is passionate about social entrepreneurship as a mechanism to allow communities to meet their own needs in an aid dependent society.
Our mission is to prevent waterborne disease among developing world families by increasing access to clean water and sanitation. We do this by building ventures with locally-fluent entrepreneurs to leverage existing technology, experience and ideas.