Team Spotlight: Jessie - Digital Communications Officer

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Each month we’re featuring a member of the Hepatitis Queensland team so you can get to know us. This month we’d like to introduce Jessie, our Digital Communications Officer.

How long have you been with Hepatitis Queensland?

5 years next month.

What’s a typical day like?

My role involves wearing many hats. One day I can be managing our social media platforms by preparing content and responding to comments, and the next I can be storyboarding a video to showcase the work my amazing colleagues get up to.

What do you enjoy most about your role?

I enjoy being able to diversify into the many different areas of digital communications. It’s an area that’s constantly evolving so being able to explore new ways of communicating and reach our audiences is exciting.

What has been your favourite project so far?

Every World Hepatitis Day is a standout. Each year the whole team pulls together to make it the best one yet. I’m always impressed with what we’ve been able to achieve.

What do you like to do when you’re not at work?

I love to spend time with my family and listen to my favourite podcasts.

What three words best describe you?

Thoughtful, kind and creative.

Who inspires you?

All of the amazing women I work with. They each excel in their own particular way and I feel incredibly lucky to be part of such an amazing team.

If you were stuck on an island, what three things would you bring?

Chocolate, a digital radio and a pillow.

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