Jacqueline is a compassionate, dedicated advocate and passionate leader. With a background in pediatric nursing, Jacqueline is a Registered Nurse and the Founder and CEO of Hope’s Home. Under the authority and guidance of the Board of Directors, Jacqueline works closely with her Executive Team and is responsible for implementing the organization’s strategic plan and achieving the mission, goals and objectives of Hope’s Home.
Jacqueline has excellent interpersonal skills that are essential to working with a diverse group of individuals. She consistently and effectively represents the organization with government officials and community agencies. Jacqueline creates liaisons to promote the growth and development of the organization, as well as new partnerships to facilitate the ongoing support of Hope’s Home.
She has been awarded the 2010 Saskatchewan Healthcare Excellence Award for Community Leadership and the 2013 YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. She freely offers her time and energy to be a voice for children with complex medical needs. Jacqueline is a 2013 graduate from Saskatchewan Institute of Health Leadership, 2016 Professional Leadership Certificate and 2018 Professional Management Certificate from University of Regina Continuing Learning with ongoing training in leadership and professional coaching. She is the recent recipient of the 2018 U of R Alumni Humanitarian & Community Service Award.
With help and dedication from the amazing staff at Hope’s Home, there is a place for special children just to be kids. Jacqueline’s dream is our reminder that there’s no place like Hope.