If I had a world of my own, business would be colourful and engaging, spreading hope through the world one smile at a time.
The Chamber of Blessings merges Liz Jack’s professional body of work across regional community and small business development with her passion for character development, engagement and improvised performance.
Over the last 25 years, Liz Jack has worked within regional communities and small business throughout Australia providing marketing, strategic planning and workshop facilitation through her business Centre of Sustainable Tourism.
Liz established The Centre of Sustainable Tourism in 2001 to provide regionally relevant support to the small business sector and regional communities. She has worked on Kangaroo Island monitoring the impact of tourism through the Tourism Optimization Management Model, presented at international Eco-tourism conferences and more recently has been CEO of the Denmark Chamber of Commerce.
Liz has experience working in state government, the not for profit and private sector. Known for strategic creativity, engagement and leadership, Liz provides marketing, strategy development and community engagement services for small business, communities and local government.
The Chamber of Blessings was established in 2014, as a vehicle for her performance character Gertrude WellEase. Gertrude’s mission is to sow seeds of hope, one smile at a time and she is available for a wide-range of services.
Liz’s work is informed by her interest in the development and management of sustainable communities and has a particular interest in the role performance arts can play in the activation of community spaces and supporting individual well being and connection.
She recently has established a popup community wardrobe in the main street of Denmark, WA as a project to monitor the impact of play on health and well being among various sectors of community.