Jessica Scholl’s specialty lies at the intersection of corporate sustainability and international development. Her work with businesses, governments, NGOs, and inter-governmental organizations promotes and facilitates cross-sector partnerships, inclusive business models, and other innovative solutions to challenges facing business and society. Jessica has spent the past 16 years researching, project managing, lecturing and advising on issues and activities related to business and sustainability. Within this work, Jessica has facilitated dozens of workshops and trainings, managed relationships between companies, NGOs, the UN, and government agencies, as well as authored several publications, articles, reports and tools.
As an Associated Expert with Endeva, she has facilitated trainings and workshops, including the UNDP Inclusive Business Ecosystem Training in Kampala, Uganda, and the UNDP Mobile Money Ecoystem Building Workshop in Maseru, Lesotho.
Jessica is an Associate with The Partnering Initiative and a Lecturer at the EU Business School in Munich. She is a graduate of the London School of Economics (MSc) and The Colorado College (BA).
Jessica has held previous positions at the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) in London, the UK Network of the United Nations Global Compact, and non-profit organizations in New York City, Colorado and Argentina.