Houston Treasure for 2017
Photo by: Gittings
As President of Houston’s well-known, respected and award-winning interior design firm, Jane-Page Design Group, Jane Page Crump meets the demands of her job with experience, passion and grace. While running a successful business, her firm has amassed multiple design awards, and her contributions to the profession of design was recently recognized by the National American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) by presenting Jane Page with The Lifetime Achievement Award. She attributes much of her success to her education – she graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with an MBA in Finance and she currently sits on the McCombs School of Business Advisory Board.
In the community, Jane Page volunteers her time with many non-profit organizations. In 1990, she developed and chaired Fantasy Gala for the American Society of Interior Designers, a spectacular event that continued for 11 years, benefiting several non-profit groups, including Cystic Fibrosis. She was honored by Cystic Fibrosis in 2001 for her involvement with Fantasy Gala and it’s fundraising. She Co-Chaired Preservation Houston’s Cornerstone Dinner in 2012 and in February 2013 she Co-Chaired Preservation Houston’s Villa De Lux Showhouse. She chaired the Covenant House Texas 2003 Gala and was the recipient of the Spirit Award at the 2007 Gala. Jane Page has served on and been the president of the following non-profit boards: Covenant House Texas Guild, Preservation Houston Board, and Chapelwood Methodist Church Foundation Board.
In February 2013, Jane Page and her husband were the Honorees of the Houston Junior Forum fundraising luncheon, Conversations of the Heart. She and her husband twice Co-Chaired Bikers for Babies for March for Dimes. The Crumps have hosted and underwritten many events in their home for Houston non-profits, including Preservation Houston Guild, Covenant House Texas, Ensemble Theater, National Kidney Foundation, Le Notre Champagne and Chocolate Gala and Houston Junior Forum.
Jane Page and her husband set up a student scholarship in 2008 at the Culinary Institute Le Notre in memory of their late son, Jason Allen Crump.
Jane Page is grateful to have the love and support of her family and friends. Her husband, James G. Crump, is a retired partner in charge of PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ Houston office.