Communication is an intrinsic part of life, from simple human interactions to the technology that enables us to transcend limitations. Jessica Kenslow knew this from a very early age. Before the electronic communication device that enabled her younger brother to talk, Jessica read a book about sign language and learned to break the communication barrier between her and her sibling. At age 6, she made her first public speaking debut. At 14, she became one of Missouri’s youngest to achieve her novice license to host “net” check-ins on Amateur Radio. At 16, she landed her first broadcasting job at a 100,000-watt Classic Rock radio station, where she worked over the next six years. While a career in telecommunication was not planned, Jessica uses both her technical and problem-solving skills to always find a solution for the many customers she services at Rincon Technology, a proficiency she owes to her family values.
In 2008, Rincon was a natural transition and another way Jessica could further communication among people. She learned the many carrier-facing problems in telecommunications and found that the green market had many solutions to offer. It was a great match for Jessica’s personality, enjoying the challenges of helping customers solve their problems and offering non-traditional solutions that were viable, affordable, and eco-friendly.
She will be at #WEC20 NCTC’s Education Conference in #LasVegas. You can visit her at booth #221. Her favorite band is REO Speedwagon and don’t forget to ask her about “Jessie Weather or Not,” her weather girl personality from her radio days.