Information Systems and Special Projects Administrator
Jacqueline Noguera is the Information Systems and Special Projects Administrator for the Foundation supporting systems stewardship projects across multiple platforms. Her focus is on establishing and maintaining on-going process and information configuration management, training for staff and other ad hoc special projects.
Jacqueline has worked with such organizations as the New York Academy of Medicine, The Episcopal Church on Haiti Earthquake Relief, The Damon Runyon Foundation, St. John’s Queens Hospital, and Peter Gabriel’s human rights charity, WITNESS. She started her career in the nonprofit sector at the American Museum of Natural History working on the construction of the Rose Center for Earth and Space as a junior project manager and special assistant to the Director of Operations. Jacqueline has also proudly served as a congressional aide to the Honorable Henry B. Gonzalez (D-TX) on Capitol Hill.
Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and a double minor in Shakespeare studies and sociology from the University of Michigan. She was awarded the New York City Teaching Fellowship in 2001 and is a master’s candidate in education from Fordham University. She is also the co-founder of the University of Michigan Entertainment Coalition which assists young graduates find their way in the industry. In 2008, she served as Field Organizer for Obama for America and has written for The Huffington Post as well as Shakespeare Quarterly.