In this podcast episode, Jessica Silcock shares insight on her journey through life and how she has rised through the tough and rigorous ladder as a woman. Jessica shares some key information about self-confidence, imposter syndrome, and how to embrace change.
Jessica Silcock is communications and marketing executive with a passion for delivering customer-centric strategy within Education and Innovation sectors. Her areas of expertise include: Brand strategy, CSR and community impact strategies, PR including issues and crisis communication, Internal communications & change management, Performance marketing, Local Area Marketing (LAM), Customer loyalty and retention campaigns and Content marketing.
Sponsor for this Episode: The Crimson Youth Fund is a philanthropic arm of Crimson Education, created to provide students or recent graduates aged 13 – 21-year-olds with essential resources to bring their event or project to life.
Are you an individual that has started a project while in high school that can benefit fellow students and make a lasting impact on your community?
Or are you an individual that has a great idea but does not have essential resources like a branding kit, an event plan or media interest to make it happen?
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