Jess Davidson is the Interim Executive Director of End Rape on Campus. Her internationally-recognized advocacy for survivors' civil rights has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, TIME, CNN, MSNBC, Good Morning America, and been presented around the country. She has advised on and helped write dozens of pieces of federal and state-level legislation to address sexual violence and provide accommodations for survivors. Jess also serves on the Ending Violence Against Women Advisory Council at the Biden Foundation. In 2014, MSNBC recognized her as a top female leader in college politics, and in 2018, Good Morning America recognized her as one of four top activists fighting for Gender Equality in the United States. Prior to joining the EROC team, she led grassroots reform in her campus community as Student Body Vice President of the University of Denver, then worked in the Obama White House Office of Public Engagement in Fall 2016. Jess was named an It’s On Us White House Champion of Change in April 2016, an honor given to ten students in the United States by the Obama White house for their work to address campus sexual assault. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Denver, and is the youngest person in the country to hold an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Georgetown University. She is 24 years old.