Rebecca Jane, founder, The Lady Detective Agency
Rebecca Jane is a television personality and the founder of the largest female-run private investigation company from the UK, 'The Lady Detective Agency'.
For her effort at the agency and her best-selling book, Rebecca was named as one of the top 42 entrepreneurs under the age of 42 in the UK by North West Business Insider magazine.
In early 2017 Rebecca launched a campaign called 'Killing Catfish' on ITV1's Loose Women to make the process of 'catfishing' and posing as someone else online illegal. In the summer she took the campaign to parliament and received the government's backing.
Rebecca is also found on the 'This Morning' sofa as one of their debate team, where she describes her job 'if there's ever an argument to be had, they wheel me out'.
Alongside studying for a masters in law, qualifying as a legal mediator and raising two young daughters, Rebecca found the time to spend the summer of 2017 in the Channel 5 'Big Brother' house, which she describes as 'a holiday in a mental asylum' and 'the best, and worst experience of my life'.
Her next television adventure will air overseas and follows her opening a New York office.