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Profile - Bridgette Jackson

February 4, 2018

Bridgette Jackson is the Founder and CEO of Equal Exes Limited. She is an experienced entrepreneur, with many years in the public eye within the women’s health space. Bridgette is a CDC certified Divorce, Recovery & Transition Coach, a qualified lawyer and has a post graduate dispute resolution qualification. She is also a trained mediator. 

Bridgette brings formal training, business experience and personal insight and empathy to the business. She has experienced her own complex and prolonged high conflict divorce, and is a mother of four children.  It was during this stressful time that she got thinking there must be a better and more positive way to get divorced or separated.

Bridgette has set up Equal Exes to create a less costly, less time consuming process that understands the emotional impact while still delivering fair and balanced outcomes for women and men contemplating, going through, or rebuilding themselves post- divorce or separation. Ultimately Bridgette has set up her business for good to ensure that others do not have to go through the same difficult scenario she has been through.

Bridgette has spent several years solely focusing on being a mum and managing the household, after she and her former husband sold their co-founded and successful catalogue retail company, Castle Hampers, in Australia. Bridgette led the administration, marketing, charity and human resources portfolios of the business.

Prior to setting up Equal Exes Ltd, Bridgette worked as the Head of Relationships at Oi (Organic Initiative), a fast growing social enterprise committed to removing plastic and synthetics from personal hygiene products. She has also had senior roles for New Zealand Gynaecological Cancer Foundation (NZGCF) in General Management and as Trustee and Acting-Chair. NZGCF has a special place in Bridgette’s heart as her mother died from ovarian cancer in September 2009.

 

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