Jessica Snydman is a Policy Research Associate at the National Center for Learning Disabilities. Jessica conducts research and supports the public policy and advocacy team to advance opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities.
Prior to joining NCLD, Jessica was a Data and Research Specialist at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. While there, she helped publish the Alliance’s 2020 Charter School Data Digest. She has also worked with Girl Scouts of the USA, her hometown Congressman Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (MD-02), and Krooth & Altman, LLP.
Jessica has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Dickinson College, where she focused on behavior-based treatment methods for children with ADHD. She also has a Masters degree in Education Policy from the George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development.