Jacqueline Coleman has 20+ years of experience training and assisting faith-based, public health and private entities within the HIV/AIDS arena in maximizing their service to consumers, clients and community. Jacqueline also serves as a motivational speaker, life skills coach and group facilitator. In November 2007, she was appointed to serve as Board Chair for ICASO.
In July 2008, Jacqueline was elected as co-chair for the Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network, a network of black women who are HIV positive and HIV negative committed to providing representation and a powerful voice for black women in the US. Jacqueline has served as a lead or co-trainer in over 800 training sessions in over 85 percent of the United States, having developed several training curricula and national training projects. She has also trained in Spain, China, Puerto Rico, Canada, the Caribbean and Southern Africa in key functional areas of HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, violence and victimization, youth prevention, case management, community building, community development, leadership and related topics. Jacqueline’s professional interest and expertise focuses on organizational development, capacity building, leadership development, business management, community building and training. She is professionally trained in the fields of counseling psychology, adult education, and business management, and believes firmly in the power of community, dignity and respect for human potential and the infinite possibilities of group process. Jacqueline is the visionary leader of Vision Que! LLC, a private consulting firm based in Washington, DC. In addition to managing Vision Que! LLC, she is presently pursuing a doctorate of management at the University of Maryland.