Jane Herndon is a
business strategist interested in creating positive social and economic
change through innovative technology / business models.
Her professional focus has been on incorporating the Internet to create
value, build new
businesses, and generally transform how enterprises do business, most
recently as part of a cloud-computing
unit of software firm Novell, Inc.
Jane was a founding member of the Cambridge Technology Partners’ Strategy group acquired by Novell in 2001. There, she led interdisciplinary strategy engagements, from ideation through implementation, for a variety of organizations including Internet startups, global corporations, government agencies, and international NGOs.
Before Novell-Cambridge, she was with General Electric Information Services where she was responsible for the e-commerce unit’s market strategy and joint venture with Netscape. Prior to that, she worked in international development, bidding, and managing World Bank-funded technical education projects in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. She began her career as a college-level language instructor in the People’s Republic of China.
Jane earned her MBA from Thunderbird, School of Global Management and graduated with honors from Middlebury College and its foreign language immersion programs. She is also an alumna of the Singularity University Executive Program 2010.
Read her LinkedIn profile.