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Dr. Jane Lovas

"I wish I had known to advocate for myself"

Queens of Tech Podcast

60+ questions with female tech influencers about their journey into STEM

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Tech Queen

"I am on a mission to cause and elevate 1 million women leaders in technology
to create a safe space for women in technology to be the leaders that they know they can be".

Dr. Jane Lovas-Queens of Tech

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Principal and Owner

Dr. Jane Lovas is a visionary, thought leader, author, and speaker, serving as the Principal and Owner of Lovas Consulting — a leading coaching and consulting provider for Women Leaders in Technology. Renowned for her commitment to fostering powerful leaders who drive high-performing organizations, Jane is sought after by organizations aiming to champion women leaders and ensure their success.

With over 30 years of extensive experience as a software developer, Technology Leader, Consultant, and Coach, Jane brings a unique perspective to her work, having been the sole technical woman at the decision-making table. Her vision is to witness a million women leaders in technology taking prominent roles in boards, companies, organizations, and teams.

Holding a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and a Master’s in Information Systems, Jane has left an indelible mark as a consultant for companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., Washington Mutual Inc., Fannie Mae, Nextel Communications, and XO Communications. She has a proven track record of successfully turning around failing projects while enhancing morale, communication, and team cohesiveness.

As the host of “Leadership Re-Imagined,” Jane engages in conversations with leaders focused on shaping a new vision for leadership. She is also an accomplished author, with her upcoming book, “Leading With Love,” set to be released in the fall. Her other works include “Put Your Big Girl Panties On and Kick Your Fears in the Ass” and the co-authored “Seen and Sustained: Best Practices in Communication that Increase the Visibility of Small and Diverse Businesses.”

Jane thrives on challenges, exemplified by her response to her daughters’ dare to learn snowboarding despite being an avid skier. Her adventurous spirit shines through as she exclaims after her first run down the beginner’s hill, “I’ve never felt so out of control in my life!” — promptly followed by, “Let’s do that again!”

Thank you, Jasmine! I think this conversation can help creating those opportunities and those changes.