Trainer Jane is proudly associated with the following organizations:
Global Entrepreneurship Network
The Global Entrepreneurship Network operates a platform of projects and programs in 170 countries aimed at making it easier for anyone, anywhere to start and scale a business.
GEN helps celebrate, understand, support and connect entrepreneurs and those who champion them.
Women on the Move
Empowering women to fully participate in the economy, across all sectors, is essential to improving the quality of life for women, men, families and communities. Women’s empowerment is front and centre in 2017 as more companies, communities and countries invest in women’s entrepreneurship. Women are crucial to innovation and economic growth around the world. Based on our experiences, women entrepreneurs see the world through a different lens and, in turn, do things differently. To address the unique needs of women entrepreneurs, we created Women on the Move.
We are entrepreneurs on a mission to build an environment for entrepreneurial momentum and success in Canada.
Startup Canada is a grassroots network of entrepreneurs working together to build an environment for entrepreneurship in Canada. Through online platforms, grassroots Startup Communities and cross-sector initiatives, Startup Canada is advancing entrepreneurial momentum and a culture of entrepreneurship, as the voice of Canadian entrepreneurs.
Helping Women Learn, Connect, and Grow Their Businesses
Mompreneurs® is dedicated to the support, education, and promotion of women entrepreneurs across Canada. We're your ‘go-to’ resource for business success, connections, advice, education, and just about everything in between. No matter what stage of entrepreneurship you’re in, we’re here to help you reach your goals.
We strive to give members a platform where they can network with other women entrepreneurs and local businesses. We also provide virtual and in-person events where women can learn, connect, and gain exposure for all their hard work.
Ajax Pickering Board of Trade
The Ajax-Pickering Board of Trade (APBOT) is the voice of Business in Ajax and Pickering. Established in 1955, the members represent an array of business sectors ranging from the service industry to manufacturers and distributors. The group’s advocacy and policy initiatives focus on issues relating to such things as economic development, healthcare, education, transportation issues, community and social development, environment, and energy.
Heart and Stroke Foundation
Since my early days as a fitness trainer, heart health has always been important to me; but since my uncle Paul Hajos Sr. passed away from heart disease I have dedicated time and energy to contributing to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. From soliciting online donations and being a Team Captain for events to holding regular silent auctions, I have done what I can to raise money and awareness for this great cause.
Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce
As one of the largest chambers of commerce in Canada, we have a stronger voice to make Waterloo Region’s issues heard at the highest level. A strong business community means a strong overall community. We work together to build a stable, flourishing economy and to continue Waterloo Region’s success at Business Building Community.
In everything we do our focus is on four core pillars that you have told us are important to you. Those four pillars are Networking, Education, Member Rewards and Advocacy.