Jacqueline Hunter
Jacqueline Hunter

Director

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Jacqueline Hunter, born and raised in New Jersey and Florida, joined the Multicultural Family Center as Director in October 2018. She brings to the MFC 25 years of experience working in local government and public school education. She is a Veteran of the Gulf War and former flight attendant who has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Caribbean and South America. Jacqueline has lived throughout the eastern United States. However, she considers Charlottesville, Virginia her family home.  She is a graduate of Bethune-Cookman University and Nova Southeastern University. She is currently a doctoral student. Jacqueline is committed to initiatives that ensure families have a voice and a choice to achieve sustainable livelihoods they have a reason to value. She supports collaborations that empower local communities to identify and implement the projects they most need.  Jacqueline is excited about her work with the MFC and the opportunity to serve the diverse populations of Dubuque. She resides in Dubuque with three of her four children. 

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