Jax Harrison is the founder of the Jax Harrison Network, an independent Consulting Agency. Working to develop PR strategy and communications, she understands how the evolving worlds of technology and social networks intersect with traditional marketing and public relations. Jax develops strategic alliances and utilizes her network to create opportunity. Clients have included the Kauffman Foundation - FastTrac, a program that assists entrepreneurs in starting and building businesses across the United States. Jax is also an advocate for the empowerment of women. She is a Global Ambassador for Inspiring RareBirds, working to develop the next generation of women in leadership. She is a Board Member with the Justice Project of Kansas City and previously worked with the Canadian Women’s Embassy Charity Group in Peru, raising funds and reporting on women and children - focused development projects. While living in Peru Jax helped to found Father Joe’s Orphanage, a non-profit that rescued children from war-torn terrorist areas. Born in New Zealand, Jax has lived all over the world and has extensive experience in the entertainment industry, specializing in television, film, and photography. She co-founded Biscuit 8, a venture that represented photographers and directors; producing television, films and commercial photography. Jax currently resides in Northern California’s Bay Area, is a dedicated humanitarian, and works to benefit humankind in her downtime, specifically anti-human trafficking, and is a founder of Stopchildtraffick.org. Jax believes that the practice of Kindness, specifically mindful kindness, makes a difference in all areas of life.