Eagleton Faculty, Staff and Visiting Associates
B.A. degree in political communication, The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs
Jessica Ronan-Frisch is the Communication and Public Relations Manager for the Eagleton Institute and it’s various Centers and Programs. Managing its external and internal communications strategy, Jessica serves as the media contact, drafts e-newsletters, develops website content, and implements the brand of the Institute on its social media channels.
Additionally, she serves as the program manager for the Center for Youth Political Participation. She is responsible for leading and implementing the Center’s signature programs; the RU Voting program and RU Ready program. In her role, Jessica recruits and works with a team of interns and students, develops materials for each program, facilitates the Center’s event series during the semester and curates CYPP’s social media and website content. Additionally, she is the administrator of the Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award program; a donor supported award program supporting undergraduate students interested in interning in Washington, D.C. over the summer break.
As of May 2022, Jessica served as an instructor for the Rutgers Summer Service Internship Initiative companion summer course. In addition, she served on the 2021 Students Learn, Students Vote Coalition’s National Advisory Board. She previously served as the Graduate Project Coordinator for the Darien Civic Engagement Project, a program of the Center for Youth Political Participation with Dr. Elizabeth C. Matto. Jessica received her Bachelor’s Degree in political science from Rutgers University-New Brunswick and went on to earn a Master’s Degree in political science from Rutgers-New Brunswick in spring 2018.