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. She also cultivates early-career higher education professionals through an award-winning university innovation fellowship program. Outside of ASU, Jacqueline serves on the Tempe Youth Leadership committee (provides teens monthly opportunities to learn about and serve the community) and the Manifesto Project board (engages early career professionals with one-year apprenticeship opportunities on local boards to build social cohesion and retain talent in Arizona). She earned her bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics and law degree from Georgetown University.