Jacqueline earned a Bachelor degree from Brigham Young University in Marriage, Family, and Human Development. She has been employed at New Haven since 2005 when she began working as a residential staff member. Since that time she has seen many special and miraculous things take place. Jacqueline is passionate about her work and strongly believes in New Haven’s philosophy and treatment approach. She enjoys working with families and helping them to feel a sense of hope in knowing their daughter and family can heal.
Jacqueline grew up in Colorado, but has lived in Massachusetts and California. She has spent a lot of time in different areas in Mexico where many of her family members live. Her experiences of visiting and spending time in Mexico throughout her life, volunteering in a diversity club, as a peer counselor, as a leader in a volunteer organization for adolescent youth and helping to teach orphans and build an orphanage in Ensenada, Mexico have all significantly contributed to her love of different cultures, meeting new people, and serving and helping others.
Jacqueline enjoys traveling (especially if there is a beach nearby), working out, going to movies, kayaking, taking walks and spending time with her family.