Jane Smith Clark

Clark, JaneTitle: Owner
Company: Savannah’s Talking Tours on CD and Cassette with MAP
Location: Asheville, NC United States

Savannah, Georgia is one of the top ten cities to visit in the continental U.S. and Canada. In 1974, Jane Clark’s brother and sister started a touring company, and when her brother died in 2000, he left his shares of the business to her. Together, the two Clark sisters revamped the company, and out of this, came Savannah’s Talking Tours on CD and Cassette with Map. This product combines a map and CD that to provide a guided tour of Savannah and its many historical, architectural, cultural and other well-known stops. The tour begins at the Savannah Visitor Information Center with the story of a young English leader and a group of men, women, children and animals who arrived on a ship in the winter of 1733.

To prepare for her professional endeavors, Ms. Clark holds a bachelor’s degree in theology from Vassar College, and she returned to college at 46 years old to earn her master’s degree in education from the College of Charleston. Although it was difficult to go back to school, she is very proud that she was able to do so. Following her love of learning and telling stories, Ms. Clark plans on publishing her book, “The Secret Code System,” which is explains a system of revising and editing one’s writing. She also plans on writing a book and tour from downtown Savannah to the ocean, as well as a children’s book about Savannah and Indian Chief Tomochichi.

Looking forward, Ms. Clark wants to be remembered as someone who was honest and who loved people. Her desire to help and work with others has earned her recognition in Who’s Who Among American Women and 2,000 Women of Achievement. She supports a number of organizations, including Various Native American Tribes, Wounded Warriors, the Civic Club in Asheville and an orphanage school in Kenya.

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