Army General Norman Schwarzkopf died on Thursday December 27, 2012 of complications from pneumonia at the age of 78. The decorated General leaves behind his wife Brenda, son Christian and daughters Cynthia and Jessica Schwarzkopf, is this last one who we are going to talk to you about.
Jessica’s oldest sister Cynthia was born in 1970 in Washington, D.C, then in March 12, 1972 while living in Virginia Jessica Alice Schwarzkopf was born, her younger brother Christian was born in June 20, 1977.
As many Army families, Jessica Schwarzkopf and her family moved a lot, but it was until she graduated from high school that she settled in Tampa, she attended at the University of Tampa and graduated with a degree in Psychology, while there she got involved in the Crew Team.
After college, in 1995 Ms. Schwarzkopf became a promotion producer at CBS in St. Petersburg after she left in 2000 joined the Shopping Network as their executive producer of fashion.
In 2005 she founded Army Brat, LLC where she also was general manager..
“Collaborated with Home Shopping Network on the creation and launch of Miss Liberty (Americana motif) collection line, as well as the on-air rep/talent. Created specialty pieces for home decor, to include pillows, throws, apparel, dishware, and jewelry. Researched and secured vendors to create 30-40 product line to market on HSN network. On-air Talent and Representative for the collection”
In 2007 Jessica joined Brighthouse Networks where she co-produced and was an on-air talent, she managed her agenda to be an on-air TV co-host at More TV 32’s show “Thursday Night Movie Night;”. she is currently a producer at Hero Films, LLC. Jessica was a volunteer at the Children’s House and Hands Across The Bay.
We send our condolences to the family of this American hero.