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Areas of Specialty

Mental Health and Community Health

What matters to you?

Improving availability to mental health services

What are some wise words to live by?

"Self-confidence is a superpower. Once you start to believe in yourself, the magic starts happening." -Unknown

What brings you joy?

Seeing my family happy, cooking, and traveling.

Jessica Litmon

Executive Assistant

Jessica Litmon, MS, is an accomplished and highly skilled Executive Assistant with over 15 years of experience in providing comprehensive administrative support to C-suite executives in various industries. Beyond her extensive expertise in executive support, Jessica has developed a deep-rooted passion for mental health, community health, and social justice. Throughout her career, she has actively sought opportunities to align her professional skills with her personal values, making a meaningful impact in these areas.

Jessica strongly believes in the significance of mental health as a fundamental aspect of overall well-being. She recognizes the importance of addressing it comprehensively and has been actively involved in initiatives promoting mental health awareness, reducing stigma, and facilitating access to resources within her workplace and the local community. Jessica has played a pivotal role in fostering a supportive and inclusive work environment by advocating for mental health programs and spearheading employee wellness initiatives.

Additionally, Jessica has dedicated her time and expertise to various community health organizations, volunteering to support initiatives that promote health equity and improved access to healthcare for underserved populations. Her commitment to social justice extends beyond the workplace, as she actively participates in grassroots campaigns, fundraisers, and community events to address systemic issues and promote equality. Her unwavering commitment to excellence and her passion for making a positive impact drive her to consistently exceed expectations and deliver exceptional results.

Jessica Litmon’s unique combination of executive support, passion for mental health, community health advocacy, and social justice initiatives make her an invaluable asset to WE in the World as a dedicated and compassionate executive assistant who can not only excel in administrative tasks but also contribute to creating a more equitable and compassionate world.

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