She graduated from The University of Adelaide in 1990, and has worked as a dentist in Adelaide, Cooma NSW, Victoria’s East Gippsland and Canberra. She has owned two Dental Businesses previously: the first was a traditional country practice in Cooma: the second was a very successful Locum Practice in Canberra.
Jacki left Dentistry in 2006 when her third child was born. During this precious time at home she further developed her long-standing interest in internet marketing. She has finally combined the two things she knows best: Dentistry and Online Marketing, into one exciting business.
When not assisting Dental Practices (and her two favourite Not-For-Profits, Imagine More and ACT Down Syndrome Association) to become visible online, she enjoys spending time with her three children and husband Ronny. She keeps active playing both indoor and outdoor soccer.
Certifications And Memberships
I take my Continuing Professional Development as seriously as you do.
|Certified Social Media Manager, The Social Guild 2016|
|Certified in SEO Fundamentals 2016 (Search Engine News)|
|Certified Digital Business Consultant (WP Elevation)|
|Certified in Local Search 2015 (Search Engine News)|
|Certified In Advanced Local Search 2014 (Search Engine News)|
More About Jacki
Jacki is an active member of two school communities, taxis her children to numerous after-school activities, is a committee member of the ACT Down Syndrome Association and aspires to play the ukulele. In 2011 she plans to learn how to properly dribble and pass a soccer ball, so that her indoor soccer team might finally win instead of consistently coming second.
Update April 30, 2012
Jacki proudly announces that her indoor soccer team won the comp at the end of 2012, although three games into this season it is currently second from the bottom of the table. Please note that the win had nothing at all to do with her ability to dribble a ball: she still lacked ball skills right up to and including the final game!Jacki is now also playing outdoor soccer in a Women’s Masters Team (noting that this means ‘older than 35’ as opposed to ‘masterful’- especially in Jacki’s case!)She still cannot play the ukulele!
Update October 2014
Whilst her Women’s Masters team still hasn’t won the winter season, indoor soccer is going very well, with a victory in the 2014 Autumn-Winter comp.What ukulele?
Update July 2015
Jacki’s indoor soccer team had a very successful summer season, coming out victorious yet again. The Women’s Masters Team is still struggling near the bottom of the table, despite the fact that the team has never played so well!