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At about

She was born on 8 June 1980 and is an Australian businesswoman and socialite who made the finals in the third season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia.

Jacenko is the director of the Sydney-based PR company Sweaty Betty PR, which takes its name from the London clothing company Sweaty Betty, which was founded in 2004 when Jacenko was 24 years old. The company once had over 70 clients, including the brands Peugeot, Coles Supermarkets, Oliver Peoples and Harris Scarfe, as well as prominent participants Maude Garrett and MasterChef Australia, Hayden Quinn.

In early 2010, Jacenko signed a contract with Seven Network to star in a semi-written reality TV show called The Sweat Box (a game with the name of their PR agency). It was announced that the show would be similar to the American TV show «The Hills», but would focus on the wealthy eastern suburbs of Sydney. Later in 2010, Channel Seven cancelled production of the show.

In 2013, Jacenko appeared in the Australian version of The Celebrity Apprentice . Her performance was marked by conflicts with Prue MacSween and swimmer Stephanie Rice [8], as well as accusations that she favoured some team-mates over others. 9] In the season finale, Jacenko, John Steffensen and Jeff Fenech finished second behind Rice, who was named Celebrity Apprentice.

In 2020 it was announced that Jacenko would be taking part in the reality show of Seven Network, SAS Australia.

In 2012 Jacenko published her first book Strictly Confidential: A Jazzy Lou novel. It was edited by Allen & Unwin and is a semi-fictional «look behind the scenes» of the PR and fashion industry. The columnist Ros Reines, who reviewed the book before its official publication, suspected that many of the characters were «so thinly disguised that they appeared almost transparent». that many were actually caricatures of real and well-known members of Sydney’s high society. . On a good weekend in 2013, Jacenko admitted that he shared several important traits with the main character of the novel, including an «extreme» devotion to his career, a temporary addiction to Nurofen and a «strict» diet. 14] In 2017, Jacenko also admitted that she was fighting depression while her husband was in prison.

Personal life

Jacenko has two sons, a daughter Pixie and a son Hunter. Her husband is former investment banker Oliver Curtis, who was convicted of insider trading in 2016 and released in 2017.

Jacenko’s second book, entitled The Insider, was due to be published in December 2013. Instead, in November 2013, Jacenko published The Rumor Mill: A Jazzy Lou Novel , the second novel in his «Jazzy Lou» series.