Jane Hopkins Carey
Jane’s career spanned more than three decades in the advancement and support of education. A 19-year career leading fundraising, communications, special events, and career development divisions at Georgetown University has been complemented by volunteer leadership positions there. As Chair of Georgetown’s 100-person Board of Regents, Jane led the Regents’ work to support the University’s $1.5 billion capital campaign until 2016. During this time, she also served on Georgetown’s Board of Directors and on its Executive Committee. Beyond her career at Georgetown, Jane worked for nearly a decade as a Grants Consultant for the MBNA Education Foundation in Wilmington Delaware, identifying and evaluating cutting-edge teaching programs in K-12 schools throughout Delaware. During that time Jane also served on the Board of the Buffalo Seminary, an all girls school in Buffalo New York.
In addition to the St. John’s Health Foundation Board, Jane is a member of the Board of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole and served on its Competitive Grants Committee. Jane and John, have three sons, two daughters-in-law and three grandchildren. Jane and her husband John moved to Jackson Hole full time in 2016. Prior to that the Carey family had been frequent visitors winter and summer since 1990.
Jane has served as a Director of St. John’s Health Foundation since 2018.