Jackie’s Bio

I empower nonprofits to confidently implement meaningful change through empathy, analysis, and a focus on process.

Working in nonprofits for the last decade, I’ve held a wide range of roles — from direct service in health centers to leading national education programs. In that time, I gathered an expertise in motivating teams, moving metrics, and translating complex concepts to diverse audiences. I leverage data to inform program development and strategy. I’ve implemented educational interventions on a broad range of topics for organizations like Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union.

My Master’s degree in Public Health from Boston University has transformed my approach with an equity lens and structural framework. I look at each project or program as an opportunity to create and sustain organizational impact through evidence-based practice.

Outside of the professional world, I am an avid listener of audiobooks and podcasts that challenge my thinking; I’m perpetually inquisitive. I have a flourishing little family in Hoboken, New Jersey, including my driven spouse, a human child who is filled with moxie, and a sweet pup.

My personal mission is to center and support people so that they can manifest the mission of their organization.