My name is Jessica Esau and I live in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. I am the oldest child in my family and have two younger brothers, Nathan and Ryan. Growing up with Turner’s Syndrome, I spent a lot of time going to the doctor and various specialists. This led me to seek a career in the medical field. I graduated from the Medical Office Assistant program at Douglas College in 2014 and work at Jim Pattison Outpatient Centre in Surrey. My recent diagnosis of Crohn’s Disease makes me even more glad that I chose the career I did. In my spare time I enjoy reading, writing, watching tv (some of my favourite shows include Heartland, Downtown Abbey, Murdoch Mysteries, Once Upon a Time, and Bones), singing, and hanging out with friends. I am also a Christian and am very active in my church, Eagle Ridge Bible Fellowship, singing on the worship team and helping out in the Library.