Be excellent. Be bold. Be the game changer.
Never a fan of the professional mold, Jacqueline finds passion in developing smart action-oriented work processes that drive meaningful operational change in varied healthcare organizational settings. With a unique peer-to-peer approach, Jacqueline believes that you must first gain a clear assessment of an organizations specific situation before earning the buy-in of all its key stakeholders. The process takes diligence and hard work, but the results are proof of sound research, focused creativity and unconventional yet impactful tactics.
Jacqueline possesses extensive experience in both business and healthcare administration and as a practicing clinician, she brings experience that helps guide clients through the complex process of identifying and implementing sustainable change initiatives. Some of Jacqueline’s strong suits within the healthcare organizational setting include strategic management for operating room services, policy and procedure development, project management, practice management, equipment and supply systems evaluation, process improvement, and nursing on-board process development.
One of her most recent projects was supporting the San Carlos Apache Healthcare Corporation in strategically planning and implementing a surgical services division building the program from the ground up.
Jacqueline earned a B.A. in Mass Communications from the University of New Mexico and began her career as a Software Licensing Executive at Sandia National Laboratories. She later returned to the University of New Mexico to earn a B.S. in Nursing and is currently pursuing a M.S.N. in Executive Nurse Leadership from the University of Texas.