Caring Professionals Here to Help You
All Matters at Hand team members are impressive business professionals who have experience working with client and advisors to facilitate getting the client's personal business matters in shape for the years ahead.
Founder Camille Jayne, founder of Matters at Hand, is a well known and successful businesswoman, having been one of less than 5% of CEOs of a U.S. public company headed by a woman - Universal Electronics, Inc. (Nasdaq: UEIC). Ms. Jayne graduated with Distinction from Stanford University with both Bachelors and Masters in Design degrees, as well as an MBA in Marketing from the University of Michigan. Ms. Jayne's twenty years in the business and banking arenas gives her the insightful ability to work effectively with other professionals. Her solid reputation in business and on Wall Street is based on being a results oriented, yet compassionate leader.
Ms. Jayne retired from the executive business world to turn her energies to helping others. She first realized there was a need in the marketplace for a service like Matters at Hand after helping her family with the losses of her father and father-in-law. That grew into helping a number of people get their "life matters" in order as they went through divorce, spousal or family deaths, or planning ahead for terminally ill family members. All members of the Matters at Hand team have impressive business backgrounds, as well as experience as Facilitators helping clients get all their personal business matters in order.
Ms. Jayne's business experience as a designer, home builder and renovator also allows Matters at Hand to help clients with matters relating to their home and moving.
"We are dedicated to helping people get their lives in order more easily when they are too busy or too emotional to do so themselves. We deal with the "matters at hand" that need to be addressed so they don't have to. We are able to do it faster because of our business and professional backgrounds. We want to do it, because we care." -Camille Jayne