Dr. De Jesus is an author, entrepreneur, recovery and social justice advocate. She is the Executive Director of the non-profit Students Recover. Dr. De Jesus is a Sugarman Practioner in Residence Fellow at Princeton University where she is developing an online student recovery community centered in equity and justice. She served as Coordinator of the Alcohol and Other Drugs program at Montclair State University, where she was an advisor to the Red Hawk Recovery Program and was the Educational Coordinator for the Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness Program at Temple University. Dr. De Jesus holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from Rutgers University, completed a Masters of Arts degree in Organizational Behavior at Alliant International University and received a Doctorate of Psychology degree from the California School of Professional Psychology, where she specialized in Health & Cross Cultural Psychology.