Jacqueline brings experience working within the intersection between higher education and the workforce and is passionate about helping higher education institutions and businesses better prepare students for a shifting job market.
Prior to joining STEMconnector, Jacqueline earned her master’s degree in Higher Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. While pursuing her master’s, Jacqueline worked at the New England Board of Higher Education where she collaborated on the 2018 Commission on Higher Education and Employability Report. As a graduate student, she also assisted with survey administration and data analysis at the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education. Before pursuing her master’s degree, Jacqueline worked as a researcher at the Education Advisory Board in Washington, DC. In this role, she interviewed industry experts, crafted customized reports for higher education institutions and K-12 school districts, and advised education administrators on best practices related to enrollment management, university research, student affairs, and academic affairs.
Jacqueline earned her B.A. in Communication Studies with minors in English and Corporate Strategy from Vanderbilt University.