Founder’s Story About Us Walking Meetings Jessica Tunon
Jessica Tunon is the founder and CEO of Netwalking® LLC. As a small organization and startup specialist with over 20 years of experience helping others save money and develop and implement programs and policies to solve the most pressing challenges for organizations at the headquarters of such leading companies as Franklin Templeton Investments, Whole Foods, Office Depot, Ashoka, and MITRE.
Prior to founding Netwalking®, Jessica co-founded Beyond2ndNature in Austin, Texas organizing an America Walks Walkability Workshop 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 2012.
Jessica has presented at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive, SXSW V2V, GoodxGlobal, Walk21, The Swedish Institute, Latina Entrepreneur Academy, The Walking Summit and other events focused on social impact, green solutions, and women empowerment.
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 a B.A. in Business Management from Lynn University.
Jessica is active in the Washington DC community as a Commissioner with the Mayor’s Office on Women’s Policy and Initiatives, SheSource Expert, with the Women’s Media Center. Formerly volunteered with Social Good Summit + Austin, Pitch Black 2018, and at-large member with DC Pedestrian Advisory Council 2014-2017.
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