Jessica Cannady, M.S.
Imagine Forsyth Data Analyst
Jessica Cannady provides data analysis and general support for Imagine Forsyth. In her capacity as data analyst, she identifies neighborhood-level outcomes and indicators, develops and manages pilot performance measures, engages in relationship building, facilitates discussions around survey findings with neighborhood groups, and monitors feedback loop processes to inform community and organizational efforts. She believes in the importance of data as well as the vital role of relationship building and co-creative processes in each level of Imagine Forsyth’s work. Jessica has over five years of experience as a research assistant, with experience in survey development and implementation, manuscript writing for publication, and practical experience in counseling and domestic violence survivor advocacy and supportive services.
At the core of her work, Jessica seeks to operate from a perspective of equity, recognizing opportunities for organizational development and accountability to our community. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys community organizing around social justice issues, reading, dancing, walking her dog, and experimenting with new dishes and desserts. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, as well as a Master of Science degree in clinical mental health counseling from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.