Jacqueline holds a B.S. in Chemistry from George Mason University and an M.S. in Chemistry from the University of South Florida. Jacqueline worked for the State of Maine, Department of Environmental Protection as an organic chemist before moving home to Florida. She taught at Central High School in Brooksville for two years before returning to graduate school. She spent 19 years at the Southwest Florida Water Management District in Brooksville, working as an environmental analytical chemist. After retiring, Jacqueline taught at PHSC and Saint Leo as an adjunct professor. She began teaching full time as an instructor at Saint Leo in the Fall of 2013.
Publication highlights include the Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Heterocyclic Chemistry, the Journal of Chemical Research, and the Florida Academy of Sciences. Jacqueline is a long-time member of the American Chemical Society, and a former Member of the Year for the Florida Society of Environmental Analysts. She also served on the Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society in Hernando County. She has presented at the American Chemical Society Mid-Atlantic meeting, and also at Florida Academy of Science.
B.S. Chemistry, George Mason University, Fairfax VA,1985
M.S. Chemistry, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, 1992
General Chemistry and the associated labs
Environmental Chemistry and lab
Organic chemistry labs, and physical sciences
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