Jessica Jama-Nussenbaum

Jessica Jama-Nussenbaum is the Cultural Programs Manager at the French Cultural Center of Boston.
She initiated the Inspiring Women series this fall, inviting women from both France and the United States who are experts in their field to debate and share their experience in the arts, tech, fashion and politics.
She studied International Affairs at Columbia University (NY) and Sciences-Po (Paris). She also holds a degree in Art History from Brandeis University (Waltham, Mass.). She has been working in the art world for over twelve years where she has held positions with the French National Museum of Modern Art, the Centre Pompidou and at Christie’s Auction House. As a Franco-American with Cuban origins, she has always been fascinated with the idea of art beyond borders.
From her Cuban descent, Jessica has cultivated a special interest in art from Latin America that she taught at Drouot in Paris.