Jessica Tunon is the Founder & CEO of Netwalking LLC. Each netwalk is tailor made to the audience and provides opportunities to build meaningful relationships, experience community nuances, and re-energize while lessening the effects of prolonged sitting throughout the day. We add intermittent ice breakers to provide a more pleasant experience to meeting new people. Twenty+ year career in finance, completed undergraduate degree with honors from Lynn University in Business Management, Co-founded & President of Beyond2ndNature, Founding Member and Advisor to Social Good Summit + Austin, co-organized CarFreeDayATX, organized America Walks/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Walkability Workshop, at-large DC Pedestrian Advisory Council member, FitFluential Ambassador, finalist at SmartLiving Challenge, South by South West (SXSW) walking mentor panelist at V2V and Interactive (2013-2014), panelist at GoodxGlobal and 2015 Interactive Panelist for Netwalking ATX Meetup, and featured in news media outlets regarding work in livability including Walking meetings could make work healthier, happier.
Panelist at GoodxGlobal, first-ever day of events dedicated to the local and global power of social good, technology and entrepreneurship during SXSWi March 2013. Spoke on “How Austin is Leading the Way for Social Change One Car at a Time”. In 2015, presenting on Walking Meetings for SXSW, WDCEP, America Walks, Zambia Incubator and Walk21 later this year. In 2014, panelist at The Swedish Institute and spoke on “How can society increase creativity and innovation for green solutions?”