Founder and CEO, EvoLibri
Program Development; Career, Transitional, Executive Functioning Assessment & Counseling
Jan Johnston-Tyler earned her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Santa Clara University, with an emphasis on Career Development 26 years after completing her Bachelors in English Literature with Distinction from UC Berkeley. Ms. Johnston-Tyler is an associate member of the American Psychological Association (APA), American Counseling Association (ACA), the California Counseling Association (CCA), and the California Career Development Association (CCDA).
A refugee from high-tech management with an annual IT, Operations, and Personnel budget of over $22M, Jan has extensive experience in employee development and enterprise project management, and holds several awards from her innovative work in technical and ePublishing, including numerous awards from STC. Jan is also a laureate for the prestigious Smithsonian Award of Innovation.
More recently, Jan has authored two books -- The Mom's Guide to Aspergers Syndrome and The CEO of Self: An Executive Functioning Workbook, and her work appears in peer-reviewed journals.
With her extensive corporate experience, Jan brings energy, creativity, and vision to her work as the Principal of EvoLibri, which she founded in 2007. As a counselor, Ms. Johnston-Tyler brings practical and empathic solutions to all of her clients. Finally, as the mother of a college graduate with Aspergers Syndrome and a middle schooler with ADHD, she knows first hand what interventions can do for neurodiverse populations, and how exceptional these people are. In her free time, Jan loves to travel, craft, cook, write, garden, and spend down time with her partner and children and their Corgi, Dachshund, and tabby cat, the world's most friendly cat, unless you are a mouse or a lizard. She also loves gaming -- both board and electronic. You can contact Jan by clicking here.