Jacqueline Liesch EDUCATION • M.S. in Library and Information Science UW-Milwaukee • Certification in Library Media UW-Oshkosh • B.S. in Elementary Education UW-Stevens Point ENROLLED • Cohort 5 LOCATION
• Beaufort, S.C.
Jacqueline Liesch has taught, traveled, and volunteered in over 35 countries on 6 continents. Currently, she is an Information Specialist for the Department of Defense Education Activity. Prior to working for DoDEA, Jacqueline worked at public and private schools in Wisconsin and Ecuador. Active participation in the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association, the Wisconsin Council on Library and Network Development, and the International Society for Technology in Education provides Jacqueline with a rich professional learning network. Her passion for diversity and social justice in children’s literature and technology equity in education led her to this program. The cornerstone of Jacqueline’s career has been sharing the love of literature and ensuring equitable digital access for students, which she plans to study further in this doctoral program. She was able to connect with students in Wisconsin during her time in South Africa to enhance their classroom learning. In addition, Jacqueline has volunteered in Peru, the Bahamas, Japan, Ghana, and Costa Rica. These experiences taught her the value of connecting cultures around the world and building sustainable systems. During her prior studies in Elementary Education, Spanish, and Library and Information Science, Jacqueline participated in study abroad programs in Spain focusing on history and culture, and South Africa focusing on information poverty in the HIV/AIDS pandemic. When not teaching or traveling, Jacqueline is sustained by family, friends, and books. She believes in the transformational power of travel.
Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability
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