Jacquelyn Carter is a new resident of Alexandria, Virginia, after moving from Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Married for 29 years to Wayne Carter, they are the parents of two sons. Jacquelyn was employed for 15 years as a Church Administrator at New Life In Christ Fellowship where she served as the principal decision maker on all administrative, management, and financial matters. In 2016, Jacquelyn moved to Virginia to begin her career as a Grand Jury Court Reporter in Washington, D.C., and Virginia.
Jacquelyn has an Associate of Arts Degree in Information Technology, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, a Master of Science Degree in Legal Studies, and a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Criminal Justice.
During her career, Jacquelyn has created programs that afforded unique opportunities for those who are disadvantaged and disenfranchised. As a result of the local school district instituting a zero-tolerance policy, Jacquelyn created the SAFE Program that ensured over 500 students remained current and timely with their schoolwork and provided mentoring and tutoring. Jacquelyn also created a pilot Cyber School program for students who needed a non-traditional style of learning. She then turned her attention to the prison system and created the Returning Citizens Ministry where she served as an advocate for inmates in the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Jacquelyn is currently employed as an Executive Assistant to the President and Vice-President at Alliance For Justice.