Jacqueline designs and launches university-wide initiatives that support Arizona State University’s charter and design aspirations. Jacqueline developed and now oversees grant-funded projects related to leadership development, student success, workforce innovation and online learning communities. To advance her portfolio, she has facilitated dozens of design charrettes and “action collabs” all over the world from Tempe, Arizona to Kampala, Uganda. She also cultivates early-career higher education professionals through an award-winning university innovation fellowship program. Jacqueline was a 2015 Cross Sector Leadership Fellow with the Presidio Institute and teaches an undergraduate course called Cross Sector Collaboration. In 2016, she co-authored an article published by the Roosevelt Institute titled Lifelong Learning in 2040 about the significance of lifelong learning in the new economy. She earned her bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics and law degree from Georgetown University.