Jessica Fealy - Round 2, 2016 Champion

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Jessica Fealy

Delivering programs to harness the power of social media

Jessica Fealy is a volunteer driving team member for community organisation Startup Tablelands - focused on empowering rural startups. Jessica organises and facilitates the group's social media workshops on the Atherton Tablelands and administers its social media handles along with those of her farm and several local community groups.

Jessica's volunteer work is driven by her passionate belief in the power of social media across any industry—be it farming, photography or selling a product into an export market—which provides a worldwide presence and the chance to connect to valuable networks and markets.

In her role as a volunteer, Jessica is integral to delivering programs in Far North Queensland that instills an entrepreneurial mindset and digital skill set and that offer opportunities. She creates and delivers programs using social media to enhance business, community groups and charity outcomes in the local area.

Some of the topics Jessica covers in her workshops are:

  • why small business needs social media
  • Facebook for farmers/business/community groups/charities
  • Instagram for business
  • blogging for business/fun
  • social media 101
  • Twitter basics
  • creating digital content.

Jessica also blogs regularly and produces relevant content across a number of digital platforms. She is a qualified chartered accountant, family farm manager at Blue Sky Produce, and business owner at Back Paddock Business.

In her spare time, Jessica also volunteers as Blogger Team Director for ‘Country to Canberra’ which is a youth-led non-profit group that empowers young rural women to reach their leadership potential.

As a digital champ, Jessica will continue with her monthly workshops to spread the social media word.

Jessica is nominated by: Startup Tablelands

Jessica Fealy

Delivering programs to harness the power of social media

Jessica Fealy is a volunteer driving team member for community organisation Startup Tablelands - focused on empowering rural startups. Jessica organises and facilitates the group's social media workshops on the Atherton Tablelands and administers its social media handles along with those of her farm and several local community groups.

Jessica's volunteer work is driven by her passionate belief in the power of social media across any industry—be it farming, photography or selling a product into an export market—which provides a worldwide presence and the chance to connect to valuable networks and markets.

In her role as a volunteer, Jessica is integral to delivering programs in Far North Queensland that instills an entrepreneurial mindset and digital skill set and that offer opportunities. She creates and delivers programs using social media to enhance business, community groups and charity outcomes in the local area.

Some of the topics Jessica covers in her workshops are:

  • why small business needs social media
  • Facebook for farmers/business/community groups/charities
  • Instagram for business
  • blogging for business/fun
  • social media 101
  • Twitter basics
  • creating digital content.

Jessica also blogs regularly and produces relevant content across a number of digital platforms. She is a qualified chartered accountant, family farm manager at Blue Sky Produce, and business owner at Back Paddock Business.

In her spare time, Jessica also volunteers as Blogger Team Director for ‘Country to Canberra’ which is a youth-led non-profit group that empowers young rural women to reach their leadership potential.

As a digital champ, Jessica will continue with her monthly workshops to spread the social media word.

Jessica is nominated by: Startup Tablelands