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public relations , management consultant

Jane Salley Blake, American publishing, public relations, and management consultant. Recipient Governor's Arts award for media excellence, 1989.

Background

Blake, Jane Salley was born on September 3, 1937 in Tallahassee. Daughter of George Lawrence Salley and Eleanor (King) Hookham.

Education

Bachelor in Fine Arts, Florida State University, 1958.

Career

Executive secretary History Homes Foundation, Louisville, 1975-1976. Chair Kentucky Heritage Weekend United States Bicentennial Celebration, 1976. Founder, president, chairman Arts Forum, Inc., 1978-1984.

President Blake Publications, Inc., 1983-1986. President, principal The Center magazine, Inc., since 1986, J.S. Blake Communications Group, Louisville, since 1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Designer, writer: website.

Membership

Vice president Art Center Association, Louisville, 1967-1972. Board directors, publicity chair Children's Theatre, 1968. Vice president, board directors Crusade versus Crime, 1972-1974.

Board directors Farmington History Home, 1973-1975, 77-80. Founder, chairman Potpourri of the Arts, 1979-1983. Member public relations committee Jefferson County Police, 1987-1988.

Member Public Relations Society of America (Landmark of Excellence award 1988, 89), Advertising Club Louisville (13 Louie awards for publications 1981-1984), Entrepreneur Society (member executive committee, board directors 1989-1991, Above and Beyong the Call of Duty award 1990), Women's Club Louisville.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, playwriting, nutrition.

Connections

Married Arthur Copeland Blake Junior, September 5, 1959 (divorced 1991). Children: A. Copeland III, Tarrant Salley.

father:
George Lawrence Salley Hookham

mother:
Eleanor (King) Hookham

spouse:
Arthur Copeland Blake Junior

child:
A. Copeland III Blake

child:
Tarrant Salley Blake