A San Diego native, Jacqueline received her bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Barbara in Environmental Studies. She earned her JD at Southwestern Law School and attended Georgetown University Law Center for her 3L year to focus on renewable energy project finance, energy trading and market regulations, and public utilities law.
Prior to Trajectory Energy Partners and her legal career, Jacqueline worked in energy conservation and renewable energy operations at AmeriCorps/CALPIRG, SolarCity, and Tesla. Since 2012, Jacqueline has contributed to the deployment of over 60 MW of solar projects and 4MWh of storage projects across the Southern California residential and commercial markets. Her project management background specialized in building commercial project portfolios under California’s Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH) Virtual Net Metering tariff program. Jacqueline is proud to work alongside her fellow colleagues at Trajectory who share the same sentiment in working to achieve a sustainable energy future for our communities.
Jacqueline currently resides in northern Virginia where she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, bald eagle spotting, and exploring the rich history and culture that Virginia has to offer.