Jaco Booyens
 

“We are supposed to lead society. If we react to what’s happening, we’re late.”  

 
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ABOUT JACO

Jaco Booyens is a native of South Africa and an American citizen. He is a diversified entrepreneur and is involved in several entities and industries. Jaco has a vast entertainment background with over twenty-five years of experience stretching across continents and cultures within the industry leading him to start After Eden Pictures (a film production studio) where he serves as President and CEO.

JACO’S MISSION

Jaco’s mission is to promote life by transforming culture through uplifting entertainment. Believing many of society’s problems disappear when women are liberated, Jaco is working on his first book  entitled: “It Starts With Women.” The book empowers women and commissions them to make a difference where they are at and in their callings. It also prepares the way for Jaco’s next Television and film projects with After Eden Pictures, which are focused on further promoting life, empowering women, addressing societal issues in order to transform culture.

IT STARTS WITH WOMEN

 
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THE FIGHT AGAINST SEX TRAFFICKING

As the oldest brother of a trafficking survivor, Jaco turned abolitionist and produced and directed the feature film 8 DAYS (2014), which his wife wrote as a non-profit, volunteer film, inspired by actual events of sex trafficking within in the United States, Jaco launched red carpet events to screen the film, bring awareness and donate proceeds to local anti-trafficking organizations within the USA, South Africa, Europe and the Dominican Republic.

 
 

8 DAYS FILM

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CONTACT JACO

As a motivational speaker regularly featured on numerous television and radio programs, Jaco travels around the country and internationally to speak at events, fundraisers and conferences to communities, churches, universities, schools and organizations. If you would like more information on booking Jaco to speak or to schedule an event please contact Karen Jenkins.