Jacqueline was born and raised in Caringbah and spent four years living in Melbourne, before returning to Caringbah in 2020 where she lives with her two rescue dogs.
An experienced business professional, Jacqueline’s career has been quite varied across wholesale, retail, operations and franchising, within medical aesthetics, health, beauty and home renovation. She is also a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist, Beauty Therapist and Reiki Practitioner, and is currently studying neuro linguistic programming and hypnotherapy.
Jacqueline has a diverse background across strategic partnerships, business development, sales, product education, product development, operations and business management.
She has worked across family operated small businesses, corporate operations, franchise, wholesale and retail and has also owned two businesses she created.
Currently, Jacqueline works at Kitchen Group, initially joining the business to create strategic partnerships on a local, state and national level. Jacqueline recently moved into retail operations within the same business.
Jacqueline is passionate about helping business owners reach their full potential, scaling their business, leading their teams and creating effective strategies to grow in challenging times.
An outdoors enthusiast, Jacqueline enjoys gardening and being in nature. She spent 10 years volunteering with New South Wales Waterski (disabled division) supporting local team members, as well as joining them on regional training trips.
Jacqueline currently volunteers with The Parallel Movement, a new organisation to connect and support people effected by lockdowns, job losses and mandatory vaccinations. The movement aims to create a parallel version of our current society, one that gives opportunities to those who are being shut out of the current system.
Jacqueline was propelled to run as a candidate with United Australia Party because she feels passionate about shaping a better future for Australia.
“I have lived through Labor lockdowns in Melbourne and Liberal lockdowns when I moved back to Sydney,” she said.
“I watched colleagues being coerced into medical treatments that they did not want to have, due to lack of clinical trials, simply to keep a roof over their family’s heads.
“I don’t want to ever again witness delayed medical treatments, mental health issues, businesses being destroyed, isolation of the elderly and childhood developmental delays due to poor management by government.
“Australians deserve better and the United Australia Party will do better for Australians,” she said.