Business against Poverty Member of the Month: Jane Evans

By Anita Jaynes on 11 October, 2015

Jane Evans Trauma Parenting & Behaviour Consultancy Ltd, has been chosen as Business against Poverty’s member of the month for October.

Jane who lives in Wiltshire is a trauma parenting and behaviour expert and an international speaker, trainer and author. Jane is becoming recognised as an authority on parenting, particularly for children and parents that have suffered trauma. Jane recently featured in Channel 5’s series My Violent Child.

Jane’s passion and drive to do the best she can for vulnerable children in the UK is inspiring and Business against Poverty believe she deserves to be awarded and recognised for her achievements.

Business against Poverty met with Jane to find out more about her drive and ambition.

What motivates you? Being the voice of the child and the hand up for those raising them.

What is your business philosophy? Believe. If you can conceive of it and believe in yourself and work hard it will happen, but first believe.

Who do you admire the most? Camila Batmanghelidjh, she has dedicated her life to improving the lives of our most vulnerable children and is great inspiration to me.

What would be your advice to anyone wondering if their business could benefit from joining Business against Poverty? Being a part of Business against Poverty links you with like-minded others and a business community with a focus on what can I do to help, rather than ‘what’s in it for me’, it is a wonderful ethos to have in all areas of business life.

Jane is to speak at the TEDxBristol event on November 11 To find out more click here

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