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Jane Clary

Director of Gifts and Outreach

Jane Clary became the Director of Gifts and Outreach in March 2014.  She oversees funding for WFIT from individual listeners, develops and implements new giving programs, maintains a specialized donor database, creates and sends a monthly e-newsletter and handles reservations and payments for special events.

  Jane began working for the Florida Institute of Technology in July 2009.  For the past 2 1/2 years she was the Manager of Gift and Financial Reporting for the Office of Development, and prior to that worked for Florida Tech Consulting. 

  Jane is a Florida Tech alumni, earning her Master's in Business Administration in 1993.  Her Bachelor's Degree in Finance is from the University of Central Florida.

  Jane is native Palm Bay resident, whose grandparents immigrated to Palm Bay in the 1920's.  She lives in Palm Bay with her husband Charles and 3 children.   

Ways to Connect

WFIT 89.5 FM is again looking for the next great garage band on the Space Coast. If you have a band or perform solo, enter our 2nd Annual Garage Band Contest.

Wikipedia

Hosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the concert will showcase recording artist Rod MacDonald.  Rod MacDonald is a folk singer and songwriter, novelist, and educator.  Since the mid-seventies he has released 11 solo recordings in the United States, 8 in Europe, and 21 songs with Smithsonian Folkways.  In 2006, he became an instructor for the Florida Atlantic University, hosting the lecture and performance series "Music Americana", where he was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2012.  Rod MacDonald has been named one of the "Ten Greatest South Florida Folksingers of

Hmong flower cloth (or paj ntaub) is one of the world’s great textile traditions and an excellent example of cloth as community. Despite its deep roots in Hmong culture, this complex art was not widely known outside Asia until after the Vietnam War, when Hmong refugees arrived in the United States. The works illustrate the profound relevance of textiles as infrastructure in the Hmong culture, an art form that shifted as it adapted to fit new realities. The exhibition features 28 textiles—flower cloths and embroidered story cloths—by those in the Hmong community.

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