Jane Chung is a self-made serial entrepreneur who comes from a diverse business, art, and non-profit background. Upon graduating from Rhode Island School of Design, she worked from a designer to a creative director at digital agencies including Sapient, Leo Burnett, and iCrossing, winning various awards such as the FWA Mobile Award and the Webby Awards. In 2013, she went on to co-found Klooff, a pet photo sharing app, which was incubated by TechStars New York and became Time Inc.‘s “Top 10 Startups to Watch For” and iTune’s “Best New Entertainment Apps”. It became a beloved brand for over 1 million people, and won various attention from Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Mashable, and CBS’s top-rated show, Shark Tank. She branded the first-ever World Pet Day in partnership with the United Nations and Newsweek with Klooff which was later acquired in 2015.

She served in many education and charitable roles, including being a mentor at Defy Ventures, guest speaker and judge at the Startup Institute, director of art/marketing for Servant Partners, and an alumni council member for the Rhode Island School of Design.

Jane is now consulting for digital agencies, startups, and Fortune 500 companies to achieve their business goals and continuing to travel around the world to inspire and to be inspired in her free time.