Jane Adams is a Republican American political activist having led nationwide initiatives limiting government regulatory expansion. She is focused on preserving American constitutional rights from corruption, seeing them as the only means of protection from government negligence, oppression and tyranny.
Jane Adams was born and raised in New York City with a professor and doctor for parents. She demonstrated special abilities at a young age, reading and writing in two languages by the age of 4, and was enrolled into a New York Montessori school where she was diagnosed with Asperger’s, a high functioning form of autism. Identifying her disability early allowed the family to overcome challenges that otherwise may have been overlooked. Jane is active in policy advocacy that promotes autism awareness.
Jane attended Roman Catholic school throughout her formative years and during middle school took extracurricular courses at St. John’s University majoring in Biology and Computer Science. Jane declined a Catholic High School scholarship and instead accepted an invitation to Brooklyn Technical High School, an elite magnet school.
An international youth leadership program took her abroad for global policy studies, and becoming immersed in humanitarianism she continued traveling on her own. Armed conflict erupted during her stay in Burma and Jane returned to the US. While working in software programming and product development, she was recruited by Sony, but soon left the company to pursue her political ambitions.