Jacqueline received her BA in International Business Administration in Athens, Greece, and she applied that education as a manager for a large food chain in the U.S. and overseas for 15 years. Then in the late 1990s she made the leap to self-employment. Jacqueline and her husband own a custom game-call business that produces work such as the gorgeous duck call pictured here.
“I love woodworking,” Jacqueline says. “I have so many things I love to do. I crochet, draw, paint, sew, design, woodwork, take digital photographs, repair PCs, and digitize designs. Since I was a little girl, I have always been tinkering with something. My father can recall the times I would be under the car changing oil or being the handy person around the house. I am pretty fearless when it comes to trying something new. Mother reminded me that aptitude testing had me best suited to be an auto mechanic.”
Jacqueline says that her bliss comes from “finding a more effective route to approach tasks” and creating…anything.
Jacqueline is an active member of AREtsy, the Arkansas Etsy street team. She and her husband—and their five cats and chocolate lab—live in Paragould, Arkansas.