Jessica’s practice focuses on advising clients on a variety of corporate and transactional matters, including commercial lending and mergers and acquisitions. She regularly represents financial institutions and borrowers in structuring, documenting, and negotiating commercial financing transactions, including secured and unsecured revolving credit and term loan facilities, syndicated facilities, cash flow and asset-based financings, acquisition financings, dividend recaps and letter of credit issuances.

Jessica’s practice also includes representing businesses, secured and unsecured creditors and financial institutions in creditors’ rights and commercial litigation matters.

Outside of the office, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and cheering on the UCF Knights.

Credentials & Experience


University of Central Florida, B.A., 2014

Stetson University College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2017

Bar Admissions

The Florida Bar

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court for the Middle, Northern and Southern District of Florida  


  • Represented The Beacon Group, a growth strategy firm based in Portland, Maine, in its sale to Accenture, Inc. (NYSE: ACN). 
  • Represented Mangrove Equity Partners with the financing of its investment in Atlas Greenhouse.
  • Represented Keswick Partners with the financing of its management buyout of Central Carolina Seeding. 
  • Represented lender, as administrative agent, in a $110 million syndicated credit facility to finance joint venture between two orthopedic service providers.
  • Represented lender, as administrative agent, in a $50 million syndicated revolving credit facility to provide the borrower liquidity to refinance outstanding publicly traded notes and to expand its investment activity.
  • Represented a prominent medical device company in obtaining a $35 million non-dilutive, insurance wrapped financing secured by the company’s IP portfolio.
  • Represented the borrower and its domestic and foreign subsidiaries in obtaining $275 million senior secured financing.

Professional & Civic

Community & Professional

  • American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Association for Corporate Growth - Tampa Bay Chapter
  • Crossroads for Florida Kids: Pro Bono Attorney ad litem (2021 - present) 
  • The Florida Bar: Business Law Section
  • Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division 
  • International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation 
  • Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association
  • Tampa Bay Chamber: Emerging Leaders
  • Women in Business of Tampa Bay: Planning Committee Member


News & Insights

Articles & Publications

  • Case Analysis: In re Chorba and the Ability of Unlicensed Debt Collectors to File Proofs of Claim, (The Cramdown, Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association, 2018).
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