Jessica Martensen is Senior Project Manager at the JI. In this role she will ensure the effective execution of projects by developing and managing project plans, schedules, budgets, and cross-functional teams. Jessica began her career at Baxter as a Quality Engineer advancing to Engineer II, in the Technical Services division working on process improvements. Prior to joining the JI, Jessica was working as a Senior Engineer in Technical Services working on New Product Development. In that role, she supported the development of a global platform of Class II infusion pumps, while leading a cross-functional team through design for serviceability (DFS) assessments, training engineers and technicians, and managing the relationship with the contract manufacturer. She also served as a Research Assistant in the Canon Stroke and Vascular Research Center at University at Buffalo (UB). Jessica has had Lean/Six Sigma training and Green Belt training in DMAIC problem solving.
Jessica received her undergraduate degree and master’s degree in biomedical engineering from UB.
Jessica lives in Clarence with her husband, and in her free time she enjoys golfing, snowboarding, kayaking, biking, learning to play instruments, learning languages, and cooking. Currently, she and her husband are working on perfecting their homemade pizza making skills.