Business Development Manager
Jacqueline began at Lorax Partnerships in 2008 as a project manager. In 2009 she was promoted to the role of Director of Operations. Jacqueline assists in the company operations and is a productive project manager. Jacqueline specializes in Existing Building sustainably and Corporate Consulting projects with an impressive portfolio. Jackie took the lead on the Maryland Stadium Authority’s LEED EB O+M Gold certification for the M&T Bank Stadium. The home of the Baltimore Ravens is the first NFL stadium to receive a LEED Gold certification, and the only stadium certified under the Existing Building rating system. Jackie increased her government work by also becoming the project manager on the Canadian Embassy in DC, another LEED for Existing Building project which has achieved a Silver certification.
Jackie holds a Degree in Biology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Jackie continuously shares her knowledge of green existing buildings as a speaker for the Urban Land Institute’s “Going Green, Behind the Scenes” event.
Jackie has an unwavering dedication to animals and greatly enjoys her volunteer work at the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, and she is also as a foster parent to dogs and cats in need of a loving home.
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