Jacqueline Maddock has had a diverse career since completing a Bachelor of Communication majoring in broadcast journalism from Charles Sturt University.
Growing up in Melbourne and country Victoria (Wangaratta), before moving to Sydney to complete high school at Wenona School in North Sydney, Jacqui revelled in debating and public speaking realising early she had a desire and passion for journalism.
Jacqui went on to study a Bachelor of Arts majoring in broadcast journalism and landed her
first job as assistant editor of the student newspaper.
It was during this time that she
also found an interest in finance - after all, money makes the world go round.
After graduating from Uni, Jacqui commenced work at the Finance News Network, where she was the networks chief finance presenter.
was responsible for writing and presenting five daily Australian, US and Asian market updates for members, as well as currency, commodities and future market updates.
While at the Finance News Network
, Jacqui received a diploma from the Max Rowley Media Academy
In 2005, Jacqui joined Commsec
as one of their finance reporters covering all the latest in the international share market, business and economic news for TEN News
, Sky News
, 2UE radio and ABC radio.
It was during this time that Jacqueline
PS146 licence with the Australian Securities and Derivatives Institute
which enabled her
to advise on the market.
In 2006, Network Ten asked Jacqui to join their news team in Canberra.
spent two years in the Press Gallery
and during this time covered two Federal Budgets, the 2007 Federal election campaign and National Sorry Day.
also produced on TEN
's national political program Meet The Press.
In 2008, TEN
News asked Jacqueline
to join them in Sydney as their finance reporter.
role Jacqui has covered a variety of economic and business stories surrounding the global financial crisis.
also provides daily share market news in her
finance segment on Ten's
also fills in regularly as the finance presenter on TEN
's Early News.