TEC Chair: Chief Executive Program
- 20 years of leadership experience at an executive level
- Business strategy and management in both for-profit and not-for-profit entities
- Deeply invested in contributing to the future success of rural and regional Australia
- Expertise in brand and reputation management and stakeholder engagement
‘Having been a member of a peer review group in Sydney from a young age when I first set out in business, I experienced firsthand the powerful personal, professional and commercial impact that the experience provides. For decades I have been deeply invested in contributing to the future success of rural and regional Australia. This geographic setting presents unique challenges, but also immense opportunities. Helping business leaders in the regions to grow and thrive is immensely rewarding and a great privilege. It’s for this reason that I became a TEC Chair’
With more than 20 years of leadership experience at an executive level, Jocellin Jansson understands how to successfully scale organisations, across sectors. Crafting compelling value propositions, lean business structures and new revenue models, while establishing communications and stakeholder engagement frameworks that retain and build critical relevance with target audiences have been the hallmarks in my career. She has thrived on working collaboratively to identify and remove the roadblocks to growth.
From a career founding, scaling, then selling a multi award-winning recruitment company, Jocellin has spent the last decade advancing diverse organisational missions and objectives for a number of state based and national not for profit organisations. Guiding organisations on a path to becoming truly values and purpose driven has been a constant in her career.
Jocellin blends an ability to think creatively and innovatively with a core skill in engaging those around her and in her network to break down and resolve gnarly issues. Leveraging relationships to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes, mapping out the stakeholders required to move an organisation from ‘a’ to ‘b’ is key to success. For Jocellin, it all rests on being the most authentic person you can be.