Meet Nate & Jane Morris: The Purpose-Driven Power Couple

Meet Nate & Jane Morris: The Purpose-Driven Power Couple

By Kelsey Ogletree, March 30, 2016

When Nate Morris met Jane Mosbacher on a blind date set up by a mutual friend, he had no idea that night would change his life. “We almost eloped. It was love at first sight,” he says, with Mosbacher echoing his sentiments. “No question,” she agrees. The inseparable duo has now been married four years, and more than Mr. and Mrs., they’re also part of a new crop of business owners called social entrepreneurs. With two successful businesses they founded on the premise of serving a higher purpose, Nate (with his baby, Rubicon Global) and Jane (with hers, To the Market) are the very definition of power couple.

Connect Faith sat down with the Christian pair, who are driven by their faith, to glean insight on building business relationships, persevering through challenges and staying true to themselves—all lessons that ring true with faith-based meeting professionals.

0330_RJWeb_Feature_NateandJaneMorris_NateMEET NATE MORRIS

 

0330_RJWeb_Feature_NateandJaneMorris_JaneMEET JANE MOSBACHER MORRIS


 

Photo credit: Joshua Fletcher/Fletch Photography

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