To make eye contact with strangers is a way for us to bridge the gaps in difference and offer them a chance to feel a connection with another human. We can give that gift of being seen to each other each and every day.

Jessica Leavitt left a small town Iowa to attend college which flipped her world on its head. Departing with a degree in fashion design and a love of the South, she worked in the fashion industry before Savannah’s siren song called her back. She currently works at DX Marketing, as Editor of The Scout Guide Savannah as well as contributes to the creative team as art director. She has a passion for creating a culture of communication, creativity and kinship. Jessica made a pinkie promise in second grade to become an adult that laughed often. To this day, Jessica can easily be found in a crowd by her infectious laugh.