Jane Metcalfe

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Metcalfe, Jane
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Jane Metcalfe in 2008
Born (1961-10-15) October 15, 1961 (age 52)[1]
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.[1]
Education

University of Colorado. Boulder (B.A., International Affairs),[1]

Louisville Collegiate School
Known for co-founding Wired Magazine with Louis Rossetto

Jane Metcalfe is the co-founder, with Louis Rossetto, and former president of Wired Ventures, creator and original publisher of Wired Magazine. Prior to that, Metcalfe managed advertising sales for the Amsterdam-based Electric Word magazine.

In 1994 she was elected to the board of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

She is a partner, along with Louis Rossetto, in Força da Imaginaçao, an independent investment concern with interests in technology, media, and real estate.

Metcalfe is also a board member at One Economy Corporation, which maximizes the potential of technology to help low-income people improve their lives and join the economic mainstream. She was a founding board member of Ex'pression College for Digital Arts as well as the ZER01: The Art and Technology Network.

Metcalfe and Rossetto are the parents of Zoe Metcalfe and Orson Rossetto.

Metcalfe was on the 2004 and 2005 Digital Communities jury of Prix Ars Electronica.

Metcalfe is vice president of the board of trustees of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Flynn, Laurie (July 10, 1994). "Sound Bytes; Tracking High-Tech Culture". New York Times. Retrieved 10 October 2013. 

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