Jodie Lowen


About Me - Jodie Lowen

Based in Northam, Western Australia

Hello, my name is Jodie Lowen, a creative and talented individual from Northam, Western Australia. My husband Peter, our two children, and I enjoy embarking on family adventures most weekends around the Wheatbelt. I channel my passion for these adventures into my Wheatbelt Kids blog, which complements my proficiency in my marketing role at Constructive Visual.

Working Life

For more than 17 years, I have dedicated my career to serving as an Education Assistant in the Wheatbelt region, where I take immense pleasure in aiding my students to reach their objectives. My motivation to positively impact lives, irrespective of the scale, continues to inspire me.

I’ve always been inspired to help people. I find it quite rewarding when I know that I have made an impact on someone’s day, no matter how big or small it may have been, it’s the difference that matters.

Current and Future Plans

My future goal is to enhance my expertise in marketing and excel as an outstanding digital marketer. I intend to enrich my Wheatbelt Kids blog by expanding the articles, spotlighting family adventures across the Wheatbelt, curating activities for children, and providing additional resources for parents.

I am also passionate about working with local businesses in the Wheatbelt region to help them grow and reach a wider audience through effective marketing strategies. With my knowledge and experience in online marketing, I hope to assist these businesses in creating a strong online presence and connecting with their target audience.

I’m dedicated to contributing to my community by volunteering at local events and supporting charitable organisations. I strongly believe in the power of community and the importance of giving back, and I will continue to use my skills and knowledge for the betterment of those around me.

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Community and Volunteering

When I became a mother to my daughter Maddison, I encountered the lack of resources and events specifically tailored for parents in the Wheatbelt area. This inspired me to create a community-focused website called “Wheatbelt Kids” aimed at promoting local places, events, and activities in the region.

In 2019, I contributed my marketing and photography skills to support the Northam Toy Library, via updating their catalogue, logo and helping organise and categorise the toys.

I also had the honor of being featured as a “Humans of the Wheatbelt” in the 2019 project celebrating diversity in the community by the Wheatbelt Health Network. The central theme of this project was the exploration of how each of us can contribute to fostering a more inclusive community. This concept goes beyond supporting individuals with disabilities; it acknowledges the diverse contributions of people from varying backgrounds, including different races, sizes, shapes, cultures, and abilities. It emphasised that everyone plays a vital role in their community, and this diversity should be celebrated.

Photography and Video

2023 Northam Heritage and Multicultural Festival

Attending the Multicultural Festival is always an exciting experience. It’s a chance to immerse yourself in a world of vibrant energy, music, and dancing.

People of all ages and backgrounds gathered to enjoy the festivities making for a fantastic day. My favourite part is watching all the amazing dancing and colourful cultural garments.

Proud to have my video and photography featured in the newspaper and on the Northam Heritage and Multicultural Festival Website.

Social Media and Video

2023 - 5th FAI Women's World Hot Air Ballooning Championship

The 2nd – 9th September 2023 was an exhilarating week as I accompanied these remarkable women on a countryside adventure. I am very thankful to Northam Ballooning Events, Windward Ballooning and Damien Hays for making it all possible.

It was a week of 4am alarms and chilly weather but volunteering at the Women’s Worlds was my most memorable and monumental week of 2023. It was fascinating to see how the pilots and crews worked together seamlessly to navigate the changing weather conditions and compete to become the world’s best. Being up close with the pilots and crews was truly an unforgettable experience.