WomenOnTV network co-founder Jayne Rios stops by to talk about how empowered women are making a difference.
Jayne Rios is a veteran marketing and business professional based in Dallas. With many eyars’ experience in the video production world, she has started, managed and then sold several video and marketing companies. She is the co-founder of WomenOnTV, (AKA, WBTVN).
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