Jane Cheung serves as Vice President of Programs at The Pablove Foundation. Jane is responsible for the organization’s service delivery of arts programs for children living with cancer and grant making for young scientists across the United States and internationally. Her work is focused on advancing education initiatives in science and the arts in the philanthropic sector. She was instrumental in scaling the growth of Pablove’s photography program to fifteen new markets and increasing the foundation’s reach in funding cutting-edge pediatric cancer research. Prior to joining Pablove, Jane held roles in arts administration at The Music Center of Los Angeles County, and in museum education at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley and the Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles. She attended the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and earned Masters of Arts degrees in Education from Stanford University and Teachers College, Columbia University. She received her Bachelor’s degree in American Studies from the University of California, Davis.