Jess is an inspiration and the only answer to the question: “What if Tony Robbins were a woman?”
— Leon M., VP Market Strategy, Salesforce

Hello, I’m Jess Ratcliffe

Thank you for being here – I’m so happy you are because something tells me we’re both passionate about helping people achieve their potential.

Whether you’re a high potential yourself or you know a few, I’m excited to explore how we can work together.

In the meantime, here’s a bit about me…

 A natural shot of me during the GaBoom days

A natural shot of me during the GaBoom days

I started my first company at 19

Over the past decade, I’ve built a track record of turning ideas into reality – from starting my first company in my teens to building products in London, San Francisco, gaming, digital healthcare and teams big and small.

I’ve lead teams of which I was the youngest and I’ve built an incredible network of inspiring leaders along the way.

I’m an “expert” at rebuilding yourself

 Doing my best to survive “the Den”

Doing my best to survive “the Den”

I’ve felt the highs of “success”, the lows of “failure” and everything in between.

In 2015, I moved to San Francisco – a city I’d dreamed of living in for years – with Big Health. Living in San Francisco has been one of the best experiences of my life.

And then everything changed

In 2016, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening and ultra-rare blood disease and I found myself facing my mortality.

 Sharing Unleash Your Extraordinary with the Captify team in London.

Sharing Unleash Your Extraordinary with the Captify team in London.

It’s called PNH, 1 in 1.3 million people have it and based on the data (99:1), I really shouldn’t be here.

Since my diagnosis, there have been moments in which I believed I was going to die. And the fear I felt in those moments ignited a fire in me – to set out fulfilling my potential and help as many people as I can reach achieve theirs.

 A full house for Unleash Your Extraordinary at the European Women in Technology Conference.

A full house for Unleash Your Extraordinary at the European Women in Technology Conference.