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One of the wealthy moms accused in the college admissions
bribery scam is a Beverly Hills-based marketing CEO who once
penned a book called, “The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky
Jane Buckingham, 50 — who runs the boutique marketing firm
Trendra — allegedly agreed to make a $50,000 “charitable
donation” in exchange for having a professional take the ACT for
her son in July 2018, according to the criminal complaint.
But before she was busted in the cheating scam the former
Cosmopolitan magazine contributor wrote a 2010 book, which bills
itself as, “a handbook for surviving headaches, pickles, jams,
and everyday emergencies,” according to the Amazon.com.
“Buckingham dispenses savvy solutions to life’s myriad little
annoyances with warmth, great wit, and impeccable wisdom,” the
book description notes.
The Horace Mann and Duke grad may now need some of her own
The marketing big wig and self help guru is facing federal
charges for her role in the scheme, which was laid out in court
papers in which she made it clear she thought getting her son
into college was on the same level as peace in the Middle East.
“I know this is craziness, I know it is,” she told alleged plot
organizer William Singer according to a conversation detailed in
court papers. “And then I need you to get him into USC, and then
I need you to cure cancer and [make peace] in the Middle East.”
In a criminal complaint, authorities say she schemed with Singer
to hire a test taker from Florida.
Singer, identified in papers as CW-1, tells Buckingham, “Okay,
so your donation is gonna be 50” in exchange for having the
professional take the test.
“Okay,” she replies.
Five days before the test taker was scheduled to cheat for her
son, the adviser called to request a handwriting sample from her
son, so he could fake it.
Buckingham replies, “Yes. He has not great writing.”
She later sent the adviser an emailed sample of her son’s
chicken scratch and a note reading, “good luck with this.”
Her son, who is not named in the criminal complaint, later
received a score of 35 on the test. It wasn’t clear where he
went to college.
Buckingham later told the adviser she would “probably like to do
the same thing with [my daughter].”
In addition to being an executive, Buckingham is a Southern
California socialite who last Saturday co-hosted a fundraiser
for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who is running for president. Other
hosts included comedian Will Ferrell and TV producer Shonda