Meet Emesha, our new Marketing Coordinator!

PALS is proud to introduce the newest member of our staff, Emesha Jackson. Emesha will be joining the team as the Marketing Coordinator.  She will be working on social media, publicity, communications, supporting our media team, and helping the PALS organization grow to a whole new level. We are so excited to have her as part of the team!

Please feel free to introduce yourself or congratulate her at Emesha@palsprograms.org.

Here’s a little more from Emesha:

“Hello PALS!

I cannot tell you how excited I am to join the PALS family as your Marketing Coordinator! I look forward to meeting all of our campers, counselors, and families and sharing in fun-filled memories.

I was born and raised in New Jersey and graduated from Monmouth University with a degree in Business Management. Since graduating, I have had the opportunity to work in nonprofits in various roles. Recently, I served in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica as a Community Economic Development Advisor. Assigned to develop and implement a number of projects, I initiated and managed environmental projects, workshops and trainings for social service groups, renewable energy systems, business consultations, and worked with a special needs organization. This past year I worked in the RARE AmeriCorps Program developing a Main Street Program on the Oregon Coast. We developed a successful organization that revitalized the community using a number of campaigns and strategies that continue to grow!

I love the outdoors and am always down for an adventure! I enjoy playing on the beach with my dog, hiking and camping, starting impromptu dance parties, snowboarding, spending time with family, and volunteering! I am excited to dive in and experience PALS up-front, soak up the MAGIC, and make new friends. I am so grateful to have this opportunity to devote my professional experience to help strengthen and expand the reach of such an amazing organization. Thank you for the warm welcome and I can’t wait to meet you all in person!

PALS Love,

Emesha”