Associate Director for Residence Life
Jacqueline, Ph.D., has over 10 years of experience working in higher education. Having served primarily residential students in both the public and private sector, she has a strong commitment to student-learning in and out of the classroom. She has participated on numbers of professional university-wide committees, search committees, and strategic planning teams and teaches two courses at Regis College—one of the five respective colleges making up Regis University.
As a former college student-athlete, she has been committed to furthering her understanding and knowledge of the student-athlete experience. Her research interests have been focused primarily around identity development and transition out of sports, but currently finds great interest in career development and career counseling. Her recently published dissertation research utilized the career construction interview with Division III female student-athletes and the ways their major choices are confirmed or challenged by their own defined life story.
Jacqueline has presented at local and regional conferences on various topics ranging from supervision to implementation of structured training and development plans for students and professional staff. She focuses her research pursuits around student-athletes in the area of career development.