"When they go low...we go high." -Michelle Obama
Jacqueline Corcoran is an attorney with over 25 years of professional experience in national, state and international politics. Jackie began her career in Florida where she worked for then-House Minority Leader Ron Richmond (R-New Port Richey). From 2002-2007, she held senior positions in Florida government as staff director to the House Majority Whip, special counsel to the Attorney General, and deputy policy chief to the Governor on economic development.
In Washington, D.C., Jackie served as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Office of Special Counsel and as foreign policy advisor and then chief of staff/AA to U.S. Congressman Tom Campbell (R-CA). Her experience in state and national politics led her to spend over 10 years advancing democracy abroad, particularly in Asia. During her time in Washington, D.C., she also served as a trustee for Freedom from Hunger, a U.S.-based non-profit organization bringing access to credit and health education to poor women worldwide.
Jackie graduated from Florida Southern College with a Bachelor of Arts in French and Public Relations, and later from Franklin Pierce Law Center, now affiliated with the University of New Hampshire. She is an active member of the Florida and D.C. bar associations.