As Assistant Director in MIT Sloan Global Programs, Jacqueline manages the administrative, financial, and programmatic aspects of domestic and international conferences and other events sponsored by the office. She coordinates all conference logistics, manages constituent communications, books travel and accommodations, and prepares the post-conference report. She also creates event websites, invites people to participate, and promotes events through multiple channels.
Jacqueline joined MIT Sloan in 2015 as a conference coordinator. Prior to that, she worked in the School of Engineering as a communications assistant for the MIT Sociotechnical Systems Research Center. She has several years of experience running large conferences across three continents.
Jacqueline holds a BS in communication from Boston University, and a business communication certificate from Harvard Extension School.