About Jessica Tunon

Jessica Tunon is the founder/CEO of Netwalking®, LLC. As a small organization and startup specialist, she helps organizations save money and develop and implement programs and policies to solve the most pressing challenges. Jess is passionate about creating a safe, kind, more diverse, and inclusive environment in and outside of the workplace. She makes time for exploring places by foot, passion projects, and live music.

4 Innovative Ways to Add Walking Meetings to your Workday

1. Take your conferences calls outside- Sometimes you might have a conference call where you are only there to listen. If you’re not required to be at a computer for the call, this is an opportune time to put on noise cancelling headphones, walking shoes and head out for a walk while you listen in. [...]

By | May 11th, 2016|netwalking tips|0 Comments

4 Takeaways from Urban Exposition’s Meeting on Millennials & Mindfulness

I was hired by Urban Expositions to speaking on Netwalking for their company spring meeting on Millennials and Mindfulness held in Marietta, Georgia. The goal of my participation was to provide an engaging team building exercise. I presented on the benefits of walking meetings, ways to incorporate walking into the workday and I hosted a Netwalk. I [...]

By | April 23rd, 2016|netwalking, netwalking tips|0 Comments

Netwalking Challenge – Kickoff for National Walking Day with the American Heart Association

Contact: Jessica Tunon, Founder and CEO jess2non@netwalkingllc.com, (571) 969-5988 Netwalking Challenge - Kickoff for National Walking Day with the American Heart Association WASHINGTON, D.C., March 25, 2016 – Netwalking, a D.C.- based professional services firm, is challenging people to participate in an eight-day mobile networking event that promotes health and fitness while fostering professional and [...]

By | March 28th, 2016|Challenge, netwalking, press release|0 Comments

10 Things I Learned at SXSW

I’m back in DC after another memorable trip to SXSW in Austin. This year I was grateful for the opportunity to highlight Netwalking during both my Netwalking Meet Up and Mentor Session. In addition to my official SXSW events, I became cultured on so much during the entire festival both personally and professionally. Here are [...]

By | March 24th, 2016|Event Recap, netwalking tips|0 Comments

Join Our First Netwalking Challenge – Starts on April 6, 2016

Walking has a positive impact on my life. I feel happy when I walk, I smile and laugh more. I love walking so much that I built a business around it. This is why I have decided to launch an 8-day Netwalking Challenge in April. The event will encourage people to walk for at least [...]

By | March 13th, 2016|Challenge, netwalking|0 Comments

5 Ways Walking Enhances Your Friendships

I am a huge fan of walking for so many reasons! Those reasons include exercise, an eco-friendly mode of transportation, community building opportunities, a healthy way to catch up with friends and family, explore my own city as well as new places I visit. 5 Ways Netwalking Enhances Your Friendships Since Valentine’s Day is in [...]

By | February 5th, 2016|netwalking, relationship building|0 Comments

10 Ways to Reward Yourself for Working So Hard

Growing up, my parents would reward my sister and me for things such has getting good grades and helping with chores. They both had their own ways of rewarding us. Our dad would take us for a treat (he has a sweet tooth) and our mom would create fun activities (she loves to play). I [...]

By | January 19th, 2016|netwalking, netwalking tips|0 Comments

Vegan Recipe On the Go

I always have healthy snacks with me just in case I get hungry.  It has been helpful to carry with me, so that I am not tempted to eat the treats provided at conferences, parties and maintain my weight. I created this recipe because it doesn't need to be refrigerated and can bring with me when travelling locally and flying. Plus, there is less [...]

By | December 28th, 2015|netwalking, netwalking tips|0 Comments

5 Ways to Stay Warm While Walking in the Cold

I am learning how to stay comfortable and warm in the winter. I moved to Arlington, VA in August 2007 from South Florida where I was born and raised. Seven years later, I’m still not used to such cold winters. Winter months in South Florida are wonderful and sunny. People look forward to the winter [...]

By | December 4th, 2015|netwalking|1 Comment

Inside Perspetive from the Walking Summit

I attended the first Walking Summit as a participant in 2013. In 2015, Netwalking was hired by America Walks to include Netwalking Sessions, create Netwalking Maps, and train The Walking College Fellows to lead Netwalks at the 2nd Walking Summit held in Washington, DC from October 28-30th. I got the opportunity to wear other hats, including speaking about “Exploring Walking from a Woman’s Point of View,” and [...]

By | November 8th, 2015|Event Recap, netwalking|0 Comments