A Voice For Women

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A Voice For Women

Bubbly, down-to-earth and unabashedly honest, Jess Eva has made a name for herself on the Sunshine Coast as an announcer on 91.9 Sea FM. Now, the outspoken mum-of-two is lending her familiar voice to an important cause and helping to empower other women.

“I feel like I’m scamming my fellow mums a little bit at the moment,” laughs Jess, “Can you please just point out that this is not my life – I don’t sit around in a clean house with my hair and make-up done, and I bought all these flowers from Woolies last night to jazz up the place.”

As Jess Eva jokes about her busy and typically much messier home life as the working mother of two children under the age of four, it’s obvious why the cheeky and laid back radio host has become such a beloved figure on the Sunshine Coast. As one half of 91.9 Sea FM’s hugely successful breakfast program BarRat and Jess, the highly relatable and unapologetically honest announcer has made it her mission to help other local women realise it’s okay to not be perfect, and that being average or different is in fact normal and nothing to be ashamed of.

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A Voice For Women

Bubbly, down-to-earth and unabashedly honest, Jess Eva has made a name for herself on the Sunshine Coast as an announcer on 91.9 Sea FM. Now, the outspoken mum-of-two is lending her familiar voice to an important cause and helping to empower other women.

“I feel like I’m scamming my fellow mums a little bit at the moment,” laughs Jess, “Can you please just point out that this is not my life – I don’t sit around in a clean house with my hair and make-up done, and I bought all these flowers from Woolies last night to jazz up the place.”

As Jess Eva jokes about her busy and typically much messier home life as the working mother of two children under the age of four, it’s obvious why the cheeky and laid back radio host has become such a beloved figure on the Sunshine Coast. As one half of 91.9 Sea FM’s hugely successful breakfast program BarRat and Jess, the highly relatable and unapologetically honest announcer has made it her mission to help other local women realise it’s okay to not be perfect, and that being average or different is in fact normal and nothing to be ashamed of.

Continue Reading on the Profile Mag website here

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