Jacqueline is a recent graduate of the University of Virginia with a BS in Architecture on a pre-professional path. She became interested in healthcare architecture after taking multiple studios in cancer research design and the built environment’s effects on wellness. The opportunity to work closely with clients in a sensitive field is one she finds extremely gratifying. She attained academic honors after completing her fourth-year thesis on health in architecture, with a focus on the intersection between architecture and psychology.
Jacqueline’s short term goals include tending to her herb garden (her most exciting post-grad venture yet) and exhausting the pages of her passport before it expires. She loves food, fitness, organizing and then reorganizing closets (no, seriously), and being the proud mother of the world’s cutest and spookiest black cat.