Jessica Snook has "known she wanted to be involved in politics since 7th grade" in 2008. She graduated from Western Oregon University with a degree in political science in 2017. At that year's Oregon State Fair she stationed herself beside the ORP booth to collect signatures on the petition seeking to refer a bill to tax medical providers. That led to discussions with MCR volunteers and she accepted the invitation to become a PCP. Since then she has taken on the task of organizing and training PCPs, served as an Alternate Delegate, interned for a short time with Knute Buehler's 2018 campaign for governor, and managed Marty Heyen's 2018 campaign for HD 22. She currently works in the Capitol for Rep. Tracy Cramer's (Dist. 22) office, following stints with Rep. Werner Reschke, in the House Republican office, and with Rep. Jami Cate (Dist. 11).