Jessica Jennings Appointed Special Assistant in GSA’s Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs
June 28, 2017
Washington, D.C.—The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announces Jessica Jennings as Special Assistant in the GSA’s Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs. Jennings, an appointee of President Donald J. Trump, will assist the associate administrator for congressional affairs in monitoring federal legislation that impacts GSA and maintaining an agency liaison with all members of Congress, congressional committees, state and local government officials and their official national organizations.
Jennings comes to GSA from Van Scoyoc Associates, a Washington, D.C. federal government relations firm, where she served as a legislative assistant. There, she supported client goals by utilizing existing relationships with members of Congress, their staffs, and federal agencies.
Prior to that role, she served as Representative Mike Rogers’ (AL-3) junior legislative assistant and scheduler. She was responsible for all constituent calls, communications, and meetings dealing with Judiciary Committee matters, as well as researching current events and pending legislation for the congressman.
Jennings holds a master of science in consumer sciences from the University of Alabama, and earned a bachelor of arts in political science from North Carolina State University.