Jane Page is the Business Manager for SustainaMetrix and is married to its founder and CEO Glenn Page. SustainaMetrix provides developmental evaluation services to universities, government agencies, and non-profits, both in the US and around the world, concentrating on issues of ecosystem governance in a world undergoing rapid environmental change.
Jane and Glenn are both New Englanders who were raised in Massachusetts, where they still have family. Jane worked for public television in Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Maryland, for ten years, and she and Glenn raised their two children in Baltimore. She now produces marketing videos for a variety of clients including inner-city non-profits, government agencies and universities, both in the US and abroad. For seven years she was an assistant librarian at Gilman School, a private school for boys in Baltimore, and loved encouraging young children to explore the library and read for pleasure. She was actively involved in the life of her church, Govans Presbyterian, in Baltimore, Maryland, where she chaired the Mission committee, and served two three-year terms on Session. She is also a violinist, having played in regional orchestras and with ensembles at two Baltimore churches. Jane lives with her husband, Glenn, in Portland, Maine. They own a home in Trescott and currently rent it to CCLC for the TREE program office.