Jacqueline is a senior programme manager at Nesta’s Health Lab in London, England where she leads their work on Health as a Social Movement, a programme to support the growth and spread of social movements aimed at improving health and wellbeing. She is an innovation strategist and design thinker by training and practice, having worked on projects that improve the delivery and experience of healthcare in both low and high-resource settings at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation in Arizona, D-Rev, and Rapid Transformation.
Professional highlights include:
- MS and BS in Engineering from Stanford University
- Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London on the diffusion of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) movement.
- Innovation workshop teacher at the Stanford Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, the Berkeley Haas School of Business and many other venues worldwide.