Jacqueline Bennett (EP Fellow, 2010) oversees partnership and fellowship services.

An Education Pioneers Alumna, Jacqueline came to education and Education Pioneers because she believes that all children are capable of success and that ensuring the right people and the right supports are in place will allow this success to happen. Before joining the Education Pioneers staff, Jacqueline worked for the early education nonprofit Jumpstart, where she served in a program management capacity and recruited, trained, and supported college students during their year of Jumpstart service. Jacqueline also previously was an Education Pioneers Graduate Student Fellow in the Office of the Chief Academic Officer at Los Angeles Unified School District and taught second grade in Las Vegas as part of Teach For America.

Jacqueline graduated summa cum laude from Boston University with a degree in Educational Equity and Theater and received a Masters of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. When not working, Jacqueline participates in community theatre and cheers on her favorite sports teams.