For over two decades, Jillian Vorce has been helping professionals make connections and attain business goals. By focusing on building authentic and strategic relationships she has built a vast and diverse global network of friends and business associates.

An expert at networking and relationship development, she can open doors and create opportunities. Jillian’s trustworthiness and highly positive energy have inspired senior-level executives and business owners around the world.

Beginning in 2001, Jillian’s entrepreneurial pursuits have ranged from internet marketing to the mortgage industry. She formed The Jillian Group in 2003 to share her business development and marketing skills with a wider audience.

In addition to regular speaking engagements on networking and leadership, Jillian spends her time helping businesses innovate, strategize, build awareness and credibility, and deliver exceptional service to their stakeholders.

Helping others is the foundation of Jillian’s personal and professional life. She spent 20+ hours per week volunteering in some capacity for over ten years. In addition to being the past President and Director of the Natick Service Council, Jillian founded and co-hosted its annual telethon fundraiser, which raised over $200,000 in the first four years. She is most proud, however, that it continued to run successfully for years after she completed her term with NSC.

Jillian was President of the Rotary Club of Natick and Assistant Governor of Rotary International’s District 7910. She volunteered for Literacy Volunteers of America, Social Mediathon 2013, the Weber Foundation of Helping Hands, and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee rebuild for Hurricane Katrina, among others. To date, she has played an active role in raising over one million dollars through various fundraising efforts.

In summary, Jillian Vorce is more than a business professional; she’s a connector, a philanthropist, and a catalyst for positive change. Through her lens of connectivity, she continues to inspire and uplift those fortunate enough to cross her path.