Jessica Kas-Osoka is the Cowell Center’s Case Manager. She is a first generation graduate with an educational background including a Bachelor’s degree from Humboldt State University, and Master’s degree in Social Work from Walden University. She holds specialized training in Domestic Violence advocacy and Suicide intervention. She has experience working in various settings including K-12 and community mental health counseling, homeless re-housing, Domestic/ intimate partner Violence, and SOS crisis response. Jessica is dedicated to being an agent of change to empower students to exercise their voice to self-advocate for their needs on and off campus. In addition, Jessica’s goal is to bridge the gaps between community resources and accessibility in order to increase the wellness and mental health of all students.