Jane has a B.S. degree in English Education from Liberty University and her MAAO(3) certification from the State Tax Commission. She works part-time at three units of local government in three different Counties in West Michigan. She loves to travel and see God’s spectacular beauty in nature, such as climbing Angels Landing in Zion National Park with her husband, hiking Coyote Buttes South Wave, and overnight hiking Buckskin Gulch slot canyon on the Paria River with her brother and son. She loves the phrase “God’s Money” when referring to the gold and silver she is collecting.
MORE TO KNOW ABOUT JANE WITH AMY’S PRECIOUS METALS FROM OUR UNITE FOR MICHIGAN Q&A:
Q. If you were not in your current role/endeavor, what would you be doing instead?
A. I would love to work for a ministry that helps orphanages or foster care.
Q. What has been the biggest impact in your industry or life in the last 5 years?
A. The biggest impact in my life has been with my husband’s health challenges and loss of job and trying to recover through these difficult years with the shutdowns.
Q. Where do you see yourself or your business in 5 years?
A. I would like to continue to stack silver and have a nice legacy for my children and family.
Q. Who do you most admire or are inspired by, and why?
A. I most admire my local government workers as they have the heart to serve their communities.
Q. What organization is top on your list to provide support?
A. Shepherds of Independence. Their mission is to provide housing to mentally challenged individuals who would otherwise be homeless. My small group from church has developed a relationship with some of the residents and directors.
Q. What is the biggest need you face in your business or organization today?
A. The need to educate and discern truth in the midst of chaos.