I'm doing some research at the moment on the origins of the Guardian's Office but I'm wondering about how Jane Kember came to be so prominent. There's a fair bit of information about what she did after becoming Deputy Guardian for Intelligence (in 1966) and then Guardian World-Wide, replacing Mary Sue Hubbard in that role in January 1969. However, it seems to be hard to find info about what she did before then. Here's what I've got: Born around 1937 in Nairobi, Kenya British citizen Success story in issue 15 of The Auditor (1966): "Before Scientology I couldn't have a baby, having miscarriage after miscarriage. I have recently had twin boys, after training and processing in Scientology. Before Scientology I had kidney trouble. I have no kidney trouble now. Before Scientology I had skin trouble, chronic indigestion, was very nervous, very unhappy, highly critical of all around me, felt inferior, inadequate and unable to cope with life. Now the skin troubles have gone and the chronic indigestion. I am no longer nervous, feel happy, have lost my inferiority complex and feel no need to criticize others." Executive of the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International (HASI) by mid-late 1960s She must have been quite a high-flyer - by my estimate she must have been only 29 when she got into her first GO post. What did she do before then?