Meet Jesyca Hope, member of our Advisory Leadership Council. She has been a RMHC volunteer for three years because she believes in Topeka, its value and its future. Jesyca thinks that, like a thriving arts community and grassroots efforts to eliminate hunger, services for families like the Ronald McDonald House are one of the foundational components of a strong city. She says, “be a meal maker just once, and you’ll see what I mean.” Jesyca has a dual professional life: she’s the Director of Member Programs for the Kansas Independent College Association and Foundation where she works on communications, professional development events, and joint contract and collaborative purchasing efforts. Jesyca is also the proprietor of Hope Communications Consulting where she works with clients across the country on various projects, from ghostwriting blog posts and website content, to business development and lead generation, to marketing strategy and social media management. A Topeka resident since 2005, Jesyca is a member of Topeka’s 20 Under 40 Class of 2011. She’s a real dynamo and we’re happy to have her as an active and involved RMHC volunteer!