JANE QUILTER

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JANE

VP, Finance & Operations
Email: jane@joycollective.com

Jane’s wealth of experience in all aspects of business operations and financial planning comes from an eclectic background in television and product development. For almost 30 years, Jane has honed her expertise at best-in-class financial planning, analysis and full budget reporting to achieve annual strategic goals for large multi-media businesses. During her 19 year tenure as Vice President of Operations for Black Entertainment Television Networks, Jane successfully executed and negotiated numerous multi-million vendor contracts; orchestrating all internal resources to execute with precision within budget parameters. Jane is brilliantly effective at managing cross-departmental collaboration to advance Marketing and Advertising goals. A recipient of the Women In Cable & Telecommunications (WICT) prestigious Geraldine Laybourne Fearless Leader Award, Jane has proven time and again that she is up to any challenge. She enjoys travel and outdoor adventures. She is an active volunteer at a non-profit Humane Farm Animal Care and provides marketing support for Loudoun Fairfax Hunt events.

 
 
 

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On behalf of JOY, we want to personally address and update you on how we at JOY are responding to the challenges of the coronavirus (COVID-19).  As always, the health and safety of our employees, friends, families, colleagues and clients come first!  We encourage everyone to stay safe and adhere to the government’s requirements and guidance during this unprecedented time.  We are consistently encouraged by the resilience of the American people during trying times, and we know we will overcome this together.

A few key things to note:

  1. Please make sure to stay informed and updated on news developments from official health authorities including Center For Disease Control and World Health Organization to understand and help minimize the spread and impact of  COVID-19.
  2. Check on each other during this time, especially the elderly who are at high-risk.
  3. Don’t sit in front of your computer all day. Meditate, get up, move around – tackle one of those household chores on your TO DO list from 2019.
  4. If you are working from home for the first time, here are some quick tips to help stay productive 1) keep your usual morning routine 2) Get dressed 3) Set up your work space at a table or desk, and most importantly 4) TAKE BREAKS throughout the day.

At this time, our priority is to make sure our JOY team, clients, and partners are safe while maintaining business continuity.  We remain fully prepared to address the needs of our clients as necessary.  One of the greatest things about JOY is that we’ve had a flexible workforce since our launch 6 years ago, and we will continue to service our clients with the excellence we pride ourselves on delivering, while maintaining safe social distancing.

Let’s continue to support and take care of each other as we get through this together.

With positivity and joy,
Kelli and Orlena