Open House at the new Baptist Joint Committee on Religious Liberty

 

jessica tunon rgb smallJessica Tunon, a native of South Florida, is the office manager for the Baptist Joint Committee, following the retirement of Kathleen Lansing.

Before joining the BJC staff, Tunon worked as a consultant in a wide variety of corporate and nonprofit settings in finance and operational management, including Franklin Templeton Investments and MITRE. She is the founder of Netwalking, a company that organizes walks and guides participants to network while walking, and she is a speaker on the topic of walkability at events focused on workplace mobility and green solutions.

Tunon earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. She serves as an at-large member of the D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council, a philanthropy expert for SheSource, and a committee member of the Healthy for Good initiative with the American Heart Association of Greater Washington.

 

From the June 2016 edition of Report from the Capital. Click here to view the issue as a PDF document.