Jessica Cox is a Master of Adaptation.
She believes that having the skill of adaptability is the most significant stepping stone to success and champions the mindset of infinite adaptability to break down perceived barriers! Described as a speaker “no one will ever forget," Jessica shows audiences around the globe how success is built on a culture that embraces challenges. She teaches organizations how to develop the skill of adaptability in an evolving world.
Born without arms, Jessica is fascinated by the limitless ways the human body can adjust to a variety of circumstances. Jessica has utilized dormant physical traits to adapt and use her feet the way people use their hands. As she learned to conquer physical barriers, she developed mental skills that allowed her to go on to achieve the seemingly impossible.
Jessica is best known for becoming the first armless pilot in aviation history. Her achievement earned her a Guinness World Record medal and has been a trending topic on Facebook and featured on tv programs like Fox and Friends, Ellen, Inside Edition, Oprah Winfrey Network, CNN, CBS Evening News, and the BBC.
In Episode twenty - seven of the Chasing Earhart podcast, we chat with Jessica about how Amelia Earhart provided an example that helped allow Jessica to overcome obstacles, shatter glass ceilings and disarm her limits.