Jane Hoffer, co-founder and CEO of Ohanarama, known as “the safe place online where families connect, learn and play together,” will share her experiences and insights in the Social Media Entrepreneurship Track at the 2012 SoMeBizLife Conference, May 30 at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown. Moderated by Mike Krupit of Novotorium, the track is designed to help entrepreneurs and prospective entrepreneurs learn what others have created in the social media space so that they may consider their entrepreneurial opportunities as well.
Ohanarama engages extended family members of all ages by tapping into their natural social and competitive spirit through quizzes, contests and fun family games. You can check out Ohanarama at http://www.ohanarama.com
Jane is also Advisor to TribePlay, a leading game developer focused on children’s educational apps for iOS and Android. She has been named a Woman of Distinction by The National Association of Women Business Owners, a finalist in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award program, an Entrepreneur of the Year from the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, as well as one of the Best 50 Women in Pennsylvania Business.
Jane currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, where she is Chairperson of the Physician Services Board as well as Chairperson of the Information Technology subcommittee. She is also the immediate Past President of the Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE), Philadelphia’s premiere organization connecting, educating and inspiring women entrepreneurs. Hoffer is a summa cum laude graduate of Texas A&M University, holding a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering.
Prior to Ohanarama, Jane was president and chief executive officer of Prescient Applied Intelligence (OTCBB: PPID) prior to its sale to Park City Group (OTCBB: PCYG) in January 2009. From its founding as Prescient Systems in 1996 through to its sale, Hoffer evolved the company into a premier provider of collaborative retail solution for the consumer products market.