Meet the Gurus

Chief Guru

Chris Jeffery, Chief Guru, CyberGuruChris Jeffery
B.Bus. (HR Mgmt), B.Info.Sys., MCP, MACS (Snr) CP

This year Chris Jeffery celebrates 20 years in the information communication and technology (ICT) industry. During this time, he has built a reputation for a commitment to excellence and client-oriented solutions among his peers and colleagues.

Chris has an extensive technical and professional background, with experience in delivering business and ICT services to businesses, educational providers and not-for-profit organisations. With a dedication to ongoing knowledge and skill development, Chris offers cutting edge solutions by considering their whole ICT environment along with their current and future needs.

Chris was recently selected as a Community Digital Champion by the Queensland Government in recognition of his work in the community to educate people in staying safe online and his work with not-for-profits, allowing them to implement new technologies, access discounted software, and become more self-sufficient in maintaining their technology.

Chris holds degrees in Business and Information Systems and has numerous industry qualifications including Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Microsoft Certified Professional, ITIL Foundations, PRINCE2 and is a Certified (Senior) Professional Member of the Australian Computer Society. He was also named Australian Computer Society Queensland Young ICT Professional of the Year in 2012.

Qualifications achieved by Chris Jeffery, Proprietor/Chief Guru, CyberGuru


Business Development Guru

Jessie Jeffery, Business Development Guru, CyberGuruJessie Jeffery
PhD, MPH, BSc (Hons)

The newest member of the team, Jessie had an extensive career in medical research prior to joining CyberGuru. During her time in research she published ten papers in respected journals and gained skills in statistical analysis, grant writing, logical thinking, troubleshooting and project management. She also developed a strong interest in education and supervised many high school and university students.

Her non-traditional pathway into the ICT sector has enabled her to bring an alternate perspective to the industry, allowing her to produce creative and innovative solutions. Her interests include data analysis, digital media, 3D printing and coding.

Jessie is particularly interested in helping teachers become competent and confident in teaching STEM. She aims to engage students in their learning through the use of cutting edge technology.
“People use and are impacted by STEM discoveries every day without even realising it,” she says. “We need to encourage students to embrace these technologies by implementing them in subjects that would traditionally be considered to be non-STEM.”