Balancing Resilience, Empathy and Protectiveness…
"Discovering the Lessons of Letting Go"
As leaders, we all desire improvement, advancement and development…yet we must Discover the Lessons of Letting Go… and create an atmosphere of confirmation and dispel the falsehoods of our past experiences. Often times, we suppress and internalize the vision of our future fearing being mislabeled or mishandled based on how we respond, react or minimize risk. This Peer 2 Peer session is designed to Free Up your Future while Learning from your Past.
Speaker: JaNean Stubbs-Taylor, CEO/Founder J S Taylor Consulting LLC, CEO/Founder Fruits of Finance, CEO III Fold Transport LLC, Career Corporate Banking Leader, Author
JaNean Stubbs-Taylor- With over thirty years of financial banking experience with a Top 10 bank, JaNean Stubbs-Taylor is a dynamic force to be reckoned with, admired by colleagues and clients alike. Known for her unrelenting tenacity, unapologetic integrity, and irrefutable consistency, JaNean thrives as a breath of fresh air in the world of finance.
A Maryland native, JaNean holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and a Master’s of Science in Strategic Finance. Her thirst for knowledge and achievement has led her to pursue and master her accreditation as a Certified Financial Education Instructor.
As a career banker, she is highly trained as a fair assessor of risk, reward, and opportunity. A visionary and entrepreneur in her own right, she is the CEO & Managing Member of J. S. Taylor Financial Consulting LLC and III-Fold Transport, LLC. Her proven strategies and concepts birthed J. S. Taylor Financial Services, DBA Fruits of Finance (FOF), where she is the proud Founder & CEO, as well as the owner of the “Wear what you Declare” financial apparel line.
Fueled by her unique perspective and ultimate goal to educate, equip and empower others toward extraordinary finances, JaNean published her first book and accompanying workbook, “The Nine Fruits of Finance,” a practical guide to obtaining and managing wealth. JaNean has also published her first children’s book, “Does Money Really Grow on Trees?” and given her passion for entrepreneurs, she published “Entrepreneurs of Excellence”, a practical guide to a prosperous business. JaNean founded “The Kingdom Vision Team,” a panel of strategic industry-focused professionals tasked with charting the course from Kingdom vision to financial provision. “Mentor Me”, a program designed to assist women in growth and success was also launched.
Determined to find additional ways to fulfill purpose and share her knowledge with others, JaNean launched “Entrepreneurs of Excellence” a program designed to “Position, Prepare and Purpose Entrepreneurs into achieving Enterprise Excellence”.
JaNean is often sought after by various groups and organizations for her stellar leadership and service. Her tireless efforts have awarded her the following awards, accolades and positions: Top Local Banker, Smart CEO Magazine of Baltimore; Maryland’s Top 100 Business Women, The Daily Record; Girl Scouts of Central Maryland Organization Board of Directors; the Women Led Business award, The Associated Black Charities; The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter and given her impact and influence, The Synergy Group, honored JaNean for her Kingdom Financial Advocacy.
Please obtain an SU parking pass at: https://webapps.salisbury.edu/parking/visitor/ and park in the Camden Parking Lot F to enter Blackwell Hall.
Guests will need to complete an online assessment the morning of the event prior to arriving. An email will be sent to those registered the day before with a reminder of current COVID campus procedures.