|Full name||Jane Louise Moss|
|Born||14 September 1953, Charleston, Sylvania, Lovia|
|Children|| Nicholas Moss|
Jane Louise Moss (born September 14, 1953) is a Lovian politician and medical doctor.
Moss was born Jane Louise Stanley on the 14th September 1953 in Charleston, Sylvania to Frederick and Doreen Stanley. She attended elementary and high school in Charleston, and studied medicine at Nobel University, becoming a qualified physician in 1975.
Moss initially worked as an internal medicine doctor at a hospital in Noble City. She was later promoted and became a consultant doctor, but returned to Charleston to start a family with her husband, Randy Moss.
The couple had two children, Nicholas (born 1978) and Amelia (born 1981). Jane was a working mother, although did not return to the medical profession. In 2002, Moss began campaigning for more development of Charleston's key industries.
In 2012, she joined the Labour Party and later entered discussions with Marcel Cebara about the foundation of the Charleston Educational Trust, of which she is now the deputy chairperson. In July 2013, Moss decided to run in the Charleston local elections, against local politician Charles Alexander Bennett.
Personal life Edit
Jane married her long-time partner, Randy Moss, in 1977. They have two children, Nicholas and Amelia, and four grandchildren
Moss has said that she is an athiest, and is also a member of the Lovian Freethought Academy