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The Team

service with a smile

Meet Our People

We are a human company that believes in people before profits who have each other’s back, both inside and outside of work. At Actions Of Compassion we run things differently. It has nothing to do with working hours, the type of work, or the stereotypical everyday business protocol.

For 4 years we had an office in Vancouver, Canada at the World Trade Center. Moving forward, our business today has evolved with the ever-changing landscape of today’s business world. Our remote adaptation is where you’ll find our team most likely walking, meditating or catching a few rays in the sun. You’re also likely to catch us doing a compassionate act for a fellow human or bonding over a few beers.  

Another common occurrence is to see Shane showing up on Zoom calls with his yorkie or sneaking her into a restaurant for meetings.

We work weekends, we work late nights, we sometimes get together at a coffee shop or office. It’s whatever we feel at the moment and nobody is keeping score. Life is good. Life is fun. Life is short!

Our team consists of full time people, part time people, freelancers, and independent business owners who all contribute as a team to create positive global change. Contribution by all team members is the culture we’ve built around our inclusive environment to capture equality as a whole.

We strongly believe that putting people before profit while humanizing the brand from top to bottom will provide optimal and sustainable growth that your business deserves.

Our Team

Shane Jeremy James


Darren Zaruk

Business development

Sophia Jackson


Kizza Acenas

Social Media Management

Sharon Dinh

Brand Creative

Jane Ngo


Jason Kenzie

Video Production

Marian Cobo


Annace Dato

Content Creative

Alexis Tanaka

Full-stack Blockchain Developer

Sudharsan Govindharaj

Senior Web Developer

Michelle Dennedy brought us an incredibly insightful interview with her impressive business history. She discusses the importance of bravery and how this will lay the path of everything

you need in business. Michelle shares her story of why she wasn’t able to be herself at home and the story of how her kids “walked through the fire with her”.


On this interview you will learn:
– The importance of looking at the people who are propelling your career
– Preparing and planning for when things go wrong
– Understanding culture
– What the business world expects of women
– Being judged as a women raising money
– The power of stopping the ??? at the end of your statements (hesitancy)
– A POWERFUL secret that will vastly improve your leadership
– What it takes to be a Vice-President of a company
– The reality of rising through the ranks of a company (Game Of Thrones-esque battles)
– The 3 L’s of Leadership
– Critical secrets to partnerships