Jessica Sidener is the founder of Night Out with “The Girls,” which is an organization that educates women about early breast cancer detection, by encouraging them to take their health into their "own hands."


Night Out with “The Girls” meets women right where they tend to be most comfortable--with their girlfriends, having fun, in a relaxed environment...where awkward questions about early breast cancer detection and how to do self-breast exams are embraced, encouraged and celebrated. By including a breast cancer survivor and a healthcare provider in the fun, these tough, but “need-to-know topics” are tackled in a manner that exudes: comfort, connection conversation.


In addition, Jessica is the Director of Marketing and Human Relations at Arapahoe Libraries serves more than 250,000 patrons and includes eight community libraries. In her role, she oversees the organizational strategy for external and internal marketing and communications, community partnerships, patron-focused events/programs as well as the human resources department.


Jessica earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Ohio State University with an emphasis in public relations and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Regis University.


Jessica also a member of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce where she is involved in the Economic Development and Women in Business groups. She serves on the board for the Centennial Rotary Club, is involved in the Cancer League of Colorado and is a member of eWomen Network and Polka Dot Powerhouse organizations.


Jessica enjoys spending time with friends and family, spoiling her nieces and nephew, participating in just about every Colorado activity, trying new restaurants and traveling.