Jessica L. Mazzeo, Esq. is Chief Operating Officer of Bossible, where she oversees and implements all business operations.  

She spearheads the strategic vision and systems that allow Bossible to deliver exemplary service to our clients. Beyond day-to-day operations, Jessica is an advocate for both Bossible and our clients, advising on business development and marketing best practices. Jessica is also an expert on diverse business certification, helping businesses owned by women, minorities, LGBTQ+, and veterans get certified in order to generate new business opportunities.  

As a frequent writer and speaker, Jessica provides thought leadership on business management and strategy; multigenerational dynamics; and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). She has presented at trade associations and conferences across the United States on these topics and has been published in multiple legal publications.  

Alongside Bossible, Jessica is also the co-founder of Griesing Law, LLC, a women-owned and -operated law firm, and GriesingMazzeo Leadership, which provides executive coaching, business coaching, human resources services, and DEI training.  

Throughout her two-decade career, Jessica has remained committed to civic endeavors, especially those related to elevating diversity in the workplace. She continues to support and mentor diverse-owned businesses. In line with her passion around equality, Jessica served as the 2020-2021 Chair of the Diversity & Inclusion of the Association of Legal Administrators, and she previously served on the Philadelphia Chapter’s Board of Directors and various committees.  

Additionally, Jessica was a committee volunteer for the Women’s Business Enterprise Center East from 2014-2020, which provides resources for women business owners in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Southern New Jersey. In 2016, she was a recipient of the organization’s Shining Star Award for her efforts. Jessica has also devoted considerable time to the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), a nonprofit trade organization that promotes diversity and fosters relationships between Fortune 500 companies and outside legal counsel.  

An advocate for ongoing education and professional growth, Jessica is an alumnus of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program, and she also completed the Leadership Now development series led by The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia. 

Jessica is a graduate of both Temple University’s Fox School of Business, with a degree in marketing, and Widener University’s Delaware Law School, where she graduated with pro bono distinction. Jessica is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

Jessica L. Mazzeo
  • Rising Star Semifinalist, KYW Newsradio Women’s Achievement Awards, 2019
    • Celebrated women under the age of 40 who are making a huge positive impact on the Philadelphia region
  • Shining Star Award, Women Business Enterprise Council of PA-DE-sNJ, 2016
    • Acknowledged as an individual or entity that is instrumental in the development of WBEC-East and whose voluntary support of and commitment to supplier development enhances opportunities for certified WBEs
  • SmartCEO Brava! Executive Awards, 2015
    • Recognized as one of 10 local women executives that is an exemplary leader within their organizations and their communities
  • Paradigm Scholarship, The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, 2012
    • Awarded annually to working women who are pursuing an undergraduate degree

“Lessons Learned on Confronting Bullying and Bias From Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Confirmation Hearings.” – Presenter, NAMWOLF’s 2022 Annual Meeting – Chicago, IL, September 2022

“Taking the Steps to Being All Inclusive” – Co-Presenter, Chapter Leaders Institute, Association of Legal Administrators – Louisville, July 2019

“Age is More Than a Number: Navigating an Aging Society to be More Inclusive” Moderator, Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators – Philadelphia, June 2019

“On the Move: How to Lay Down Your Path at a Firm, In-House or On Your Own” – Speaker, Pennsylvania Bar Association Women in the Profession Annual Meeting – Lancaster, Pennsylvania, May 2019

“Taking Charge of Your Career” – Presenter, Pennsylvania Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession – Webinar, January 2019

“All Inclusive: How To Create A Welcoming Environment” – Presenter, Cyber Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators – Webinar, January 2019

“How to Motivate, Market and Measure Employee Engagement” – Moderator, Association of Legal Administrators – Philadelphia, November 2018

“All Inclusive: How Chapters Can Create A Welcoming Environment” – Co-Presenter, Chapter Leaders Institute, Association of Legal Administrators – Denver, July 2018

“R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Getting Buy-In & Developing Successful Marketing Partnerships with Attorneys” – Moderator, Legal Marketing Association Northeast Regional Conference – Philadelphia, November 2017

“Training Your Attorneys to Market: Where Do You Begin” – Co-Presenter, National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms Business Meeting – San Diego, February 2013

“Who Wants to Be a Marketing Expert? How To Take Your Electronic Marketing To The Next Level in Today’s Social World” – Co-Presenter, National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms Annual Meeting – Atlanta, October 2012

“Don’t Hit the Panic Button: Meeting Your Client’s Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives – Author, Legal Management, July 2019

“Let’s Get Down to the ‘Business’ of Law and the Role of Nonlawyers – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, May 2019

“Hello? It’s Your Client Calling. Where Are Your D&I Initiatives?” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, April 2019

“Measuring, Meeting and Succeeding at Employee Engagement” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, November 2018

“Why Your Firm Needs an Employee Wellness Program” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, September 2018

“Failure to Launch: Why Is Your Firm Failing to Be a 21st Century Employer?” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, May 2018

“Time Has Been Up: Why Your Firm Shouldn’t Just Be ‘Talking’ About Diversity and Inclusion” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, February 2018

“Why Law Firms Should Already Be Embracing the Mobile Workforce” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, November 2017

“It Takes Two: The Attorney-Marketer Relationship” – Co-Author, The Legal Intelligencer, August 2017

“Why the Annual Performance Evaluation is Disappearing” – Co-Author, The Legal Intelligencer, May 2017

“What Firms Must Consider for 2017 Compliance” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, February 2017

“Building a Workplace Today for Workers of Tomorrow” – Co-Author, The Legal Intelligencer, August 2016

“The Value of Executive Personnel Involvement in Professional Associations” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, May 2016

“A Dozen Great Reasons: The Challenges and Triumphs of Starting Your Own Firm”  – Co-Author, American Bar Association Law Practice Management, March 2016

“Firms Need Policies on Distracted Driving for Multiple Reasons” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, February 2016

“How Small Firms Can Sustain Growth and Maintain Firm Culture” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, July 2015

“Why Your Small Firm Needs a Media Relations Professional” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, January 2015

“Navigating the Procurement Process and Competing with the Big Fish” – Author, The Legal Intelligencer, July 2014

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