Hall of Fame
Jane Taylor Hardy, L.C.S.W., is a business and relationship life coach and a licensed master social worker. She owns and operates The Mirror serving both a local and national clientele, focusing on helping her clients become aware of their own limiting patterns of thought and behavior, and providing them powerful tools to enable them to experience immediate breakthrough and change. Jane obtained a Bachelor’s Degree of Integrated Studies in Communications/Spanish/Psychology from Weber State University and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah, graduating summa cum laude. She is a member of The National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi by election of the Chapter at The University of Utah. Jane is an author (Gluten Freedom – A Journey Through Celiac Dis-ease, Singularity – an original screenplay based on a true story) a presenter and an accomplished vocal performer. Jane has numerous interests including acting and is enjoying performing in her first feature-length film role in "Chasing Home." Jane is a filmmaker and has written, produced, and been featured in a short film and several iReports aired on CNN and HLN networks. Jane created an iReport for CNN and entered it in the addiction iReport contest for the Jane Velez-Mitchell show Issues. It was chosen amongst thousands as a winner and aired on national television. Her iReport “The Riverman” was featured on the front page of CNN.com and CNN Mobile. As well, she has done true/comic video sketches on FunnyOrDie.com (“Video Justice,” “Utah’s Scarlet Letter”). She has also competed in numerous 5k and 10k races and has run six marathons. Additionally Jane is a yogini and a mother of four.