Jessica Caufield Senior Account Executive

If we told you Jessica used to be a technical writer and communications specialist for the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies, would you be impressed? We were. Lucky for us, we were able to steal her away from the world of writing system design and requirements documents for government stakeholders in Washington D.C., and bring her to Vault where her stellar writing and marketing skills shine across multiple corporate and nonprofit accounts. With a well-rounded communications background and experience in the tech, finance, legal, government, startup and association spaces, Jessica has proven time and again that there’s nothing you can throw at her that she won’t soon master. Just ask the self-professed fearful flyer about the years she spent working with the aviation community at the Air Traffic Control Association. One thing is for certain: nothing gets in Jessica’s way when it comes to keeping her clients flying high.

Born In: Scotch Plains, NJ

Current Residence: Philadelphia, PA

Education: B.A. Communications and Journalism, American University

Proudest Professional Moment: Starting a successful international trade show from scratch

Dream Dinner Date: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

I Heart Vault Because: Everyone is super hardworking, but super pleasant at the same time.

When I’m Not at Vault, You Can Find Me: At the gym, at spin class, brewing beer, brewing kombucha or in the kitchen cooking

Little Known Trivia Fact: I was bit by a flying animal when I was 11 and needed to get rabies shots.

A Celebrity Encounter I Had: At my first internship at Market News International, I covered a White House Press Conference in the East Room of the White House. I don’t know if former President George W. Bush is a true “celebrity,” but it was one of the cooler moments of my life.

I’m Embarrassed That I Like: Nothing. I own it.

Most Wanted Client: SoulCycle or FlyWheel

What I Wanted to Be When I Grew Up: A teacher

My Spirit Animal: Sloth

I Want to Teach the World To: Only use one space after a period. Two spaces is incorrect!