Jacqueline is a senior who will be graduating with an undergraduate degree in Public Policy and a master's degree in Management Science and Engineering this June. She concentrated in Technology and Social Entrepreneurship within Public Policy, which led her to want to strengthen her technical background by focusing in Technology Engineering Management in her master’s program. She has worked across several different fields including nonprofit, technology, and finance at organizations like the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center, TradeGecko, Andreessen Horowitz, and Goldman Sachs. She loves teaching, and is an Oral Communications Tutor, a Teaching Assistant for the popular course Ethics on the Edge with Dr. Susan Liautaud, and a Course Assistant for Global Entrepreneurial Marketing with Professor Tom Kosnik. She has been involved in leadership of several student groups such as the Business Association for Stanford Entrepreneurial Students, Stanford Marketing, and Testimony A Cappella. Last month, she won the title of Miss San Jose 2018 with the Miss America Pageant, and will be competing at Miss California this summer.