Jacqueline Davis is an Education Specialist for the National Park Service, George Washington Memorial Parkway. She is a leader in organizing a host of orientation workforce sessions and workshops that help to enhance, educate, and inspire communities about park special places. Since 2000, Jacqueline has demonstrated leadership roles and worked closely with partnership associations, colleges, educators and university constituents.
Jacqueline is a Diversity Change Agent for the Department of the Interior and embraces diversity strategies in her programmatic work. She has served on details and special assignments throughout her tenure with NPS and always advocates to make her workplace a better environment. She has received noteworthy awards for accomplishments in this area and in establishing and sustaining new education partners.
Jacqueline has been a member of the Federal Employed Women's Employee Resource Group (FEW) since its inception; as part of her membership, she has held leadership offices. She has served on education panels with underserved audiences and has proven to be dedicated to volunteer communities overtime in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
She is an Honors Graduate of Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy’s 2021 Managing by Network course. Jacqueline currently holds an EEO Certification and BA and MA in Communications and certifications in Diversity and Inclusion thought.