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Key Points for Jess Adamson
- Jess Adamson is a former Seven News weekend presenter.
- She is an award-winning journalist who was with the Seven Network for 24 years.
- Jess Adamson is a passionate ambassador for the Royal Flying Doctor Service and CanTeen.
- She is a Board Member of the Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation and SIDs and Kids SA.
Topics for Jess Adamson
- Master of Ceremonies
- Event host
- Media training
- Media consulting
- Corporate communication
Testimonials for Jess Adamson
Jess is always a true professional, warm, bubbly and fun. We love having her with us.
Dept for Energy & Mining
Approachable, friendly and extremely professional.
City of Salisbury
Jess Adamson was really well received at Seminar Day. l have had lots of positive feedback already and one school asking for contact details.
South Australian State Schools Administrative Officers Association (SASSAOA)
Jess Adamson was the ultimate professional, she did a lot of pre-event work to ensure the success on the day.
Master Builders SA
Jess Adamson was brilliant! Engaging, raw and very entertaining. Her story takes you on a journey through some of the worst times, and lots of the best times during her career in journalism. We will definitely be having Jess again. Thank you so much.
Civil Contractors Federation SA
Jess Adamson was diligent with reading through - picked up a few things for us. Went with changes on the night, nailed the brief and allowed us to be frantic when we needed and approachable when we updated her on changes. She was unflappable and went with the flow. Made it very easy for us and kept everything on track. More importantly she got the mood, built it, played along and really engaged with the audience.
Department of Energy & Mining
Jess Adamson was wonderful. She easily adapted to changes, nothing was too much trouble and keep the evening flowing at a great pace.
Government of SA
Jess Adamson gave a great overall understanding of issues that affect everyone and their workplace.
South Australian Perioperative Nurses Association