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Jacqueline Jordan-Davis


Jacqueline (Jackie) Jordan-Davis is a former executive director of both a regional and a statewide nonprofit organization. She is also a coach, consultant, and trainer who applies over 25 years of experience in nonprofit governance, management, community-building and leadership development to support the work of professionals within the sector.


Jackie graduated with High Honors from the School of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a B.S. She earned her MBA from Texas State University in San Marcos, with a focus on Management. Jackie has also conducted post-graduate research to develop a framework for internal community-building, which assesses the impact and presence of ten factors and related practices to improve employee well-being and organizational health within nonprofit organizations.

Professional Background

Jackie is the founder of Workplace Coaches, a boutique coaching and consulting firm. The firm supports nonprofit professionals in improving organizational performance and strengthening their quality of life at work. Jackie has also served as a coach, consultant or trainer on numerous performance and leadership development initiatives. These include multi-year efforts for NeighborWorks and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, as well as similar initiatives for the Boston Public Schools, United Way of America and numerous local and state agencies across the U.S.

Prior to founding Workplace Coaches, Jackie designed and delivered training and technical assistance services for AmeriCorps programs as a subcontractor for several providers of the Corporation for National and Community Service. She was also the executive director of the Capital Area Volunteer Center in Austin, Texas, and the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering.

Motivation for Teaching

Jackie believes supporting the development of the next generation of nonprofit leaders is a vitally important goal. It represents her “why” as an instructor. She also feels strongly that eliciting and applying the knowledge embodied within the class is as important as any of the readings and assignments are in achieving that goal.

Helping Students be Successful

Jackie utilizes research, case studies and real-world experience to connect the dots between theory and practice. She is readily available to students via email, video, or phone to answer questions, and to support their academic and professional development.