Content Creator. Best selling author. Entrepreneur.
Jessica Holsman is an Australian based digital content creator, entrepreneur, and best selling author. Jess is best known online for her study tips, productivity hacks, and mental wellbeing advice.
After graduating with a postgraduate diploma of psychology and working within multiple mental health organisations across Australia, Jess began helping young teens and adults by harnessing the power of social media. With a passion for education and mental health, and over 26 million views on her YouTube channel 'Study With Jess', Jess continues to shed light on the important issues effecting many students and young adults today.
Using the power of social media, she offers her ongoing support in helping her communities to increase their motivation and productivity, boost their mental health and create a successful life that aligns with their authentic self.
Jess is also the founder of the educational stationery line for students; Educationery, and in early 2020 released her first line of digital study planners available worldwide.
After releasing her debut study skills book, 'The High School Survival Guide,' her written work has since become an Amazon best seller in multiple categories, with over 20,000 copies sold to date.
Jess is also proud to be aligned with several charity organisations, including the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and One Tree Planted and is an ambassador for the World Literacy Foundation.
In 2018, Jess co-produced and released her first web series 'Life of Jess', in collaboration with Google and Screen Australia as part of their Skip Ahead initiative. Later that year, she also stared in Mind Full, a docu-series created in partnership with Screen Queensland that opens up the discussion around e-mental health She has formed numerous partnerships with globally renowned brands across her social media channels, including Netflix, Google, Sennheiser, and LG.
Jess is also a sought after speaker and has presented alongside CEO of VidCon; Jim Louderbeck, and has been a featured speaker and moderator for VidCon's Mental Health panel 3 years running.