Jacqueline is the Manager of School and Outreach Programs at Children’s Museum Atlanta. Jacqueline is a native of Atlanta and a former early Childhood Education teacher. Jacqueline also worked as a teaching artist for over 15 years with organizations like The Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta Public Schools as well as The Metro Atlanta Boys & Girls Clubs. Jacqueline is known for creating fun and engaging programs that impact students who are experiencing homelessness, attend Title 1 schools, and who reside in low-income and underserved communities.
Jacqueline earned an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education in 2015 and has served as a Lead Pre-K Teacher for the Atlanta Mission’s, My Sisters House a school for homeless children and the Arthur Blank Early Learning Center. Because of her work in her community, Jacqueline was recruited by the Morehouse House School of Medicine under the leadership of Dr. David Satcher to lead the “Smart and Secure Children” Parenting Program. In this program, Jacqueline has trained over a hundred parents, caregivers and teachers who share her vision for making early childhood education fun and exciting while building a community of lifelong learners.