Jan Spence

JanSpence

 

www.JanSpence.com

Jan Horton Spence is an international consultant, professional speaker, trainer and one-on-one business coach. With contagious charisma and a zest for life which make her an excellent motivator and leader, the Georgia native has used her vast knowledge in sales, marketing, and business operations to help numerous clients including Pillsbury, Walmart, and Frito-Lay.

A graduate of Mercer University (Macon, Georgia) with a BBA in Business Administration, Jan became Vice President of Business Development for Sandler Training in 2001, and was quickly lauded for her unique ability to help people implement attitude, technique and behavioral changes to increase their profitability. While assisting other business owners in growing their companies, Jan and her husband, Mitch, decided to pursue their own entrepreneurial venture and launched the second FiltaFry franchise in the US in 2003. As CEO, Jan built such a successful operation, they were awarded the 2005 Franchisee of the Year by the International Franchise Association. Meeting their four-year plan, they sold the business in 2007. Since then, Jan has circled the globe as a trainer, consultant and guest speaker for franchisees, non-profit organizations and other companies.

Jan is one of those unique individuals who can lead, organize and motivate to make a difference in the lives of those around her. Her deepest passion is found in her role as a Biblical Financial Ministries Seminar Instructor as she teaches sound financial principles through Bible studies, seminars, and
one-on-one coaching. Combining her business experience with her desire to see people live out their God-given purpose, Jan speaks to small and large groups about goal-setting, sales, priorities, and financial freedom. Assisting the global field, she recently taught in Switzerland, Romania and Uganda.

Jan is active in her home church of Beach United Methodist in Jacksonville, Florida. She and her husband of fifteen years enjoy attending Jaguars football games and cultural events when not traveling around the world.

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