Jessica Warren

About Me

Jessica Warren, a senior at FCHS, is a four-year member of the Fairfield FFA, the wrestling team, and the track team. She joined Wayne County CEO in order to better her people skills and to learn how to become a reputable business person. She plans to attend Indian Hills Community College in Iowa, majoring in Animal Sciences and wrestling for the inaugural women's wrestling team! In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and with her seven fur babies as well as volunteering at the Wayne County Humane Society. It's not hard to understand that her intense love for animals is the driving force behind the idea for her own business: Something' to Bark About.  Jessica's business promise is to supply a reliable and trustworthy dog-sitting and -walking service while the owners are out-of-town or detained from self-care. 

About My Business

Jessica's initial individual business plan is centered on her love for dogs! Through her business, Something'To Bark About, she will offer a reliable and trustworthy dog-sitting and -walking service while the owners are out-of-town or detained from self-care. She can also offer basic grooming like nail clipping, bathing, and brushing for your fur baby!

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DISC Characteristics

  • • Likes to think things through before acting. • Prefers a work environment that is not too pressured or filled with constant change. • Prefers a culture that allows ample time for analysis of new ideas before implementation takes place. • Is a calculated risk-taker, but only after sufficient time to consider all potential outcomes.
  • • Prefers working in a social envrironment rather than one that is remote or isolated. • Presents herself in a poised manner to both small or large groups of people. • Tends to meet new people in a confident and appropriate manner.
  • • Can be quite resistant to change. • Very patient in working with a wide variety of people. • Very predictable, in a good way; always there, ready to pitch in, and complete the assignment. • Desires a high level of structure and order.
  • • Practical and realistic. • Persistentintryingtogetamessageacross,eveninthe midst of resistance. • Fine with change when it is clear how it will improve efficiency.