Jax Harrison is the founder of the Jax Harrison Network, an independent Brand Consultant Agency, specializing in visual storytelling with emotional connection.
Jax’s success includes working with the Kauffman Foundation and FastTrac (the entrepreneurial program that assists entrepreneurs in starting and building businesses across the United States). She also co-founded Biscuit 8, a venture that represents photographers and directors, helping them with the business side of commercial video and photography production.
Born in New Zealand, she has extensive experience in the entertainment industry, primarily in public relations and production; specializing in television, film, and still photography. Having lived and worked in many different countries including Australia, England, Central America and South America, her cultural experience is a differentiator and always an asset in the increasingly multi-cultural world we call Earth.
Jax is also an advocate of the empowerment of women. In fact, it is her primary passion. While living in Peru, she produced a video installation for Gerry Frost, and was Founder and President of Father Joe’s Orphanage – an NPO organization that rescued children from war-torn terrorist areas and gave under 18s a home, education and livelihood. She also worked with the Canadian Womens Embassy Charity Group in Peru, raising funds and reporting directly to the board on women focused development projects.
She currently resides in Northern California’s Bay Area, and is now working to give back to fight against Human Trafficking with a Network in Kansas City.