Janey is an energetic entrepreneur and technology leader who believes in living life by giving; and what she has to give is humanity at the intersection of business and technology. She is the Founder of Immiducation, a community-based Startup that supports over 17000+ immigrant professionals with career-readiness skills and a career network. She also heads the Black Innovation Programs and Partnerships at the DMZ. Over the past decade, her tech career has span over the corporate, non-profit and startup worlds in digital marketing, program & product management, recruitment, and business development and sales. Janey holds an undergraduate degree in Information Technology, postgraduate certificates in Media and Account Management and a Master’s in Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
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