I believe in telling stories that move us to look beyond ourselves—towards life, change and hope.
Jessica Morris is an internationally published journalist, author and social media manager who lives between Melbourne, Australia and Nashville, TN.
Born and bred in Australia, she has been published by RELEVANT, The Salvation Army, FDRMX and To Write Love On Her Arms. Music journalism is her favourite pass time (when she’s not rewatching Survivor), and she has interviewed artists including Jon Foreman, Guy Sebastian, Hillsong UNITED and Owl City.
Jessica is passionate about mental health advocacy, travel and discovering great music. Her phrase, ‘Stay. Find what you were made for’ was chosen by TWLOHA as the slogan for their 2017 World Suicide Prevention Day campaign and reached people in 20 countries. It was featured by Associated Press, Teen Vogue and Just Jared Jnr.
An avid lover of authenticity and ice cream, she also has a weird obsession with Christmastime and pug dogs. Her memoir When Hope Speaks is available on Amazon now.