About her stories:
“Jane’s stories are wonderfully larger than life…”
Karen Howard, Producer,
Charlotte’s Web for the Performing Arts, Rockford, IL
“Some of her best stories are direct recountings of her own adventures,
many of which have almost mythological overtones.”
Jillian Hershberger, Librarian, Takoma Park, MD
"Jane can listen to a story…and draw therapeutic meaning from it. She can give that meaning back…in such a way as to engender insight, self-discovery, strength, wisdom, even vision."
Steven Foster, Meredith Little, Founders
School of Lost Borders, Big Pine, CA
“I liked the combination of traditional stories and real life stories that Jane shared. They helped my students see themselves as storytellers with their own stories to tell.”
Teacher, Irene King Elementary School, Romeoville, IL
"Jane has been our "storyteller of choice" for the Ralph Moody Day celebrations…She shows an extensive knowledge of Ralph Moody's books, Little Britches and Man of the Family. Her stories are accurate, interesting and energetic."
Jennie Staritzky, Teacher
Ralph Moody Elementary School, Littleton, CO
About her retreats:
“Jane is an extraordinary guide whose wisdom, patience, and kindness, bring each person a new and unique understanding of themselves.”
Nancy Geha, EdD, President,
Redhawk Mountain Consulting, Littleton, CO
"Her most important teacher has been Nature itself. She has spent untold days and nights alone, pondering her own relationship to nature and the goals and dreams of her life…Much desert dust can be found at the roots of her hair…It is indeed difficult to keep from running over with enthusiasm…She has earned her degrees many times over…doing the work among a myriad of peoples, from professionals to psychotics. She has been field tested."
Steven Foster and Meredith Little, Founders
The School of Lost Borders, Big Pine, CA