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Jane Rinzler Buckingham (born 1968) is an American author and businesswoman who is founder and president of consumer insights firm Trendera. She has written on subjects including parenting tips in The Modern Girls Guide to Life series, and predictions about the future for businesses in What's Next. She was married to Marcus Buckingham until 2018. Buckingham was arrested March 12, 2019, for alleged participation in a college admissions bribery scandal. At the age of 16, Buckingham wrote the book Teens Speak Out, a report from teens on their most intimate thoughts, feelings and hopes for the future.
Jane Rinzler Buckingham (born 1968) is an American author and businesswoman who is founder and president of consumer insights firm Trendera. She has written on subjects including parenting tips in The Modern Girls Guide to Life series, and predictions about the future for businesses in What's Next. She was married to Marcus Buckingham until 2018.
Buckingham was arrested March 12, 2019, for alleged participation in a college admissions bribery scandal.
After working in advertising at BBDO New York, FCB/Leber Katz New York and Houston Effler Boston, she started her own youth-focused trend-forecasting firm, Youth Intelligence, in 1996.
Youth Intelligence is a youth-focused consumer insights company that focuses on "Generations X and Y" (i.e. ages 14–39). While running Youth Intelligence, Buckingham published The Cassandra Report, a trend forecasting study used by large companies. The company worked with clients including Chanel, Fox Broadcasting, MTV, Levis, and Procter & Gamble. Buckingham sold Youth Intelligence to Creative Artists Agency in 2003.
The Modern Girls Guide book series was turned into a television series for the Style Network in 2003. The show was hosted by Buckingham along with Eva LaRue, Claudia Jordan and Jess Zaino. The show ran for 36 episodes.
Buckingham left the Intelligence Group in 2009 to start Trendera, a trend forecasting, consulting, research, and multi media company. Buckingham consults companies and individuals to help them reach out to diverse agegroups.
Buckingham has been the subject of in-depth profiles in The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, “60 Minutes," and “Good Morning America.” She has appeared on numerous programs including, “The Today Show” and “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” and “The View.” Additionally, Buckingham has been a keynote speaker and panelist at events such as ASME, SIMA, and BlogHer., and L2
Buckingham is currently[when?] a contributing editor at Glamour magazine and The Huffington Post and makes regular appearances on “Good Morning America” and “The View.”
Buckingham was arrested on March 12, 2019, for participation in a college admissions bribery scandal. Portions of recorded conversations between Buckingham and a cooperating witness were included in the FBI's affidavit. She was charged with paying $50,000 USD to Key Worldwide Foundation in exchange for a false proctor who took the ACT on her son's behalf, scoring a 35 out of 36, after Buckingham falsely claimed her son had a learning disability--for entrance to the University of Southern California.
Buckingham was the host of a January event at her Beverly Hills home where New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand spoke and was also among the co-hosts for a fundraiser in Beverly Hills on Saturday for Gillibrand’s exploratory committee for a possible campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Buckingham is a Southern California socialite who last Saturday co-hosted a fundraiser for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who is running for president.
Jane Buckingham, marketing consultant Buckingham has donated $71,600 to federal candidates and committees. A total of $14,700 to Kirsten Gillibrand’s Senate campaign $1,250 to Gillibrand’s political action committee $5,700 to committees controlled by Sen. Kamala Harris $30,800 to the DNC through the Obama Victory Fund in 2012 $7,350 to Harris’ California attorney general campaign
Lilia Buckingham is the 16-year-old daughter of big-time Democratic donor Jane Buckingham, who gave $10,800 to Kirsten Gillibrand’s campaign in 2018