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Jacqueline Bouvier Starks

Jacque works with organizations and individuals to implement broad-based diversity and inclusion initiatives with outcomes that operationalize dignity and respect. Jacque has over 30 years experience in all aspects of developing inclusive organizations including, but not limited to, performance coaching, mediation, curriculum design, assessments, focus groups, conflict management, change management, facilitation, mentoring, process improvement and diversity training.

She is an avid community volunteer and leader with such programs as the Healing Racism Committee, The United Way, Diversity Leadership Alliance, The Mesa Leadership Foundation, The City of Mesa Community Cinema Dialogs, NAACP Arizona Youth Council, Valley Teen Leadership, and Arizona State University’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy.

Jacque credits her passion for inclusion to her family both past and present. She is the co-founder of the Arizona Multicultural Education Conference and the 2016 recipient of the MLK Veora E. Johnson Spirit of Unity Award for diversity and inclusion.