Jessica is a director in WTP’s Transfer Pricing practice. Jessica’s experience includes implementation of principal/contract manufacturing/limited risk distributing transfer pricing structures, financial modeling, intangibles planning, audit defense, cost sharing, intragroup services and transfer pricing documentation projects. She spent almost four years working in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, assisting US Multi-national clients with European Headquarters in a wide range of industries, including, pharmaceutical, consumer products, automotive, medical devices, retail, food, telecommunications and IT. She has spearheaded several internal projects to systematize the documentation process to reduce the overall burden on clients.
In 2007, Jessica developed and taught a course on “Transfer Pricing Methods,” “Choice and Application of Transfer Pricing Methods,” and “Intra-group Service and Cost Sharing, Cost Contribution Arrangements” for the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation’s International Tax Academy.
Prior to joining WTP, Jessica was named partner at Transfer Pricing Associates in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She began her career with Ernst & Young, LLP, in both its Chicago and Amsterdam offices.
Jessica has a B.B.A from The University of Michigan Steven R. Ross School of Business. She has also owned, managed, and run two small businesses for ten years and participated in Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses Initiative (chaired by Lloyd Blankfein, Warren Buffet, and Michael Porter) from which she received a Certificate of Entrepreneurship in 2012 and was voted “Most Likely to Franchise” by her peers.