24 years ago - Jesse Chambers is born the daughter of Johnny Chambers & Libby Lawrence, who both retire from the All-Star Squadron.
20 years ago - 4-year-old Jesse's parents Johnny Chambers & Libby Lawrence divorce after she has an affair with John Law. Her father founds Quickstart Enterprises.
6 years ago - 18-year-old Jesse Chambers's father Johnny Chambers passes away. He wills her his company & his speed formula.
3 years ago - 21-year-old Jesse is injured in the battle that kills Donna Troy. She has to spend 18 months rehabilitating her leg.
1 years ago - 23-year-old Jesse joins all the surviving Titans in space to save Donna Troy, and on her return is invited to join the Justice Society.
Jesse Quick is pretty much guaranteed to remain a supporting character thanks to her unfortunate tenancy to have the exact same powers as one of the single most iconic characters in all of comics. Which is unfortunate, because she really is a fantastic character. She's just brimming with moxie and can-do-itness, has an awesome perspective on being a superhero as the daughter of two classic heroes, and is even the CEO of a successful multinational corporation. There's very little not to love about her.
We made a few small cosmetic changes, but they're pretty minor. She still has her mother's strength, but rather than having her change her heroic identity back and forth from Jesse Quick to Liberty Belle and back, she can simply keep the one identity and honor both of her legacies with her actions.
Also, we're not bringing Rex Tyler's son Rick, the modern day Hourman into our continuity because he's really just a carbon copy of his father. The only thing we really lose by doing that is Jesse's relationship with him, but one of the better parts of her story was her ongoing relationship with her mother who was always trying to find her a husband. Given the choice between that hilarious relationship and a marriage that basically nullified her, I'll go with the former.