Covington Who's Who Selects Jane Armstrong as a Top 100 Member of the Executive and Professional Registry

Top Quote Long time valley resident Jane Armstrong has been named to Top 100 by Covington Who's Who. End Quote
  • San Jose, CA (1888PressRelease) October 10, 2012 - Armstrong has served with Parents of Murdered Children as a Victim Advocate, for Sudden Infant Death Foundation (SIDS), and as a guest speaker to Cabrillo College's Death and Dying and Surviving Grief and Loss classes. She is a past member of the Santa Cruz Junior Women's Club where she raised money to purchase baby and child mannequins for Scotts Valley Fire's CPR classes and was recognized for writing the Articles of Incorporation and setting up the bookkeeping system for the Victims of Domestic Violence. For ten years, she was regional Director and Teacher/Co-coordinator for Cultural Homestay Institute (CHI), an international home stay company, bringing students to the US from Japan and teaching them the differences and similarities between the two cultures. She also organized programs for Brook Knoll and Vine Hill Elementary Schools to teach children how to write their name in Kanji and how to make origami figures and other Japanese traditional arts.

    Never one to turn down an opportunity to make government more taxpayer friendly, Armstrong was co-founder and vice-chair of Alliance of California Taxpayers and Involved Voters (ACTIV) where she helped author legislation and signed ballot arguments.

    The Armstrong's have made their home and gardens available for tours including the Mother's Day Tea to benefit St. Philips Episcopal Church in Scotts Valley.

    Armstrong has been married to her high school sweetheart, Wayne, for forty-seven years. Wayne runs his own business with daughter Courtnie, and Jane continues to do the office work. They have four children and nine grandchildren.

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