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Jaqulyn Rene- CEO- Black Women Empowered

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She has been a speaker at several utility conferences across the country, presenting on Electric Retailing via the internet. Her most recent position at Public Service was Workforce Diversity Manager, where she recruited diverse applicants to be entered in the applicant database of candidates considered for hire. In this position she did Behavior Based Interview workshops and training, interviewed applicants and facilitated internal mentoring sessions. She has served on several boards including PSE&G’s Workforce Diversity Board, The College of New Jersey’s Non Traditional Jobs for Women Board, Middlesex County’s Gender and Equity Board, The City of New Jersey Workforce Diversity Board and Mercer County’s Child Placement Review Board.

 

Jacqueline was recognized by the YMCA of Middlesex County, NJ as New Jersey Minority Achiever 2001.

Jacqueline has owned and operated several businesses and most recently developed and online group entitled Black Women Empowered which encourages Black women to support, encourage and motivate each other as well as give back to the communities they live and work in. Black Women Empowered will soon be incorporated with a Non-Profit organization for women and children of domestic violence.

Jacqueline resides in Greensboro North Carolina and has two children. Eric Parker (New Jersey) Senior Partner of Two-Affix where Jacqueline recently became partner. Daughter Ashley Smith, who also lives in Greensboro North Carolina. She is working at AT&T and finishing up her Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration Her favorite quote: “The truth is not always popular, but it is always correct”.

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