Founder’s Story About Us Walking Meetings Jessica Tunon
Jessica Tunon is the founder and CEO of Netwalking® LLC and business coach. For the past 20+ years, she has helped companies budget, spot inefficiencies and find opportunities for operations to be streamlined and improved for organizations such as Franklin Templeton Investments, Whole Foods, Office Depot, and MITRE. She has presented at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive and V2V, DC Startup Week, The Walking Summit, and other events focused on workplace productivity and green solutions. Prior to Netwalking, Jessica co-founded Beyond2ndNature in Austin, Texas organizing an America Walks Walkability Workshop in which led to the creation of the first standing Pedestrian Advisory Council in Austin, the coalition WalkAustin, and co-organized Austin’s first World Car Free Day.
In 2014, co-created a promising idea called ElectroRest and became a winning finalist at the Smart Living Challenge, an ongoing platform to make daily life more sustainable in Sweden. Jessica holds a certificate in Walkable Urban Real Estate Development & Place Management from George Washington University and B.A. in Business Management from Lynn University. In addition, she is a SheSource Expert – Philanthropy and Fitfluential Ambassador and her advocacy work include Social Good Summit + Austin, Pitch Black 2018, CEO Pledge for Physical Activity Committee Member promoted by the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity (NCPPA) and from 2014 – June 2017 at-large member with DC Pedestrian Advisory Council.
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Mission and Vision Statements
Mission: Netwalking About Us
Get people outside, make it easier to get to know each other and build meaningful connections and interactions for human, social and financial capital.
Vision: Netwalking About Us
- Create stronger and deeper personal relationships between people will be enhanced to encourage friendships and sharing of ideas.
- Bring people together through walking to build a stronger community that breaks down barriers.
- Increase local collaboration and group activities – activities bring joy to life.