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Jacqueline Loweree

Consultant, Evaluation and Learning

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Guiding partners and communities with evidence-based strategies

As an evaluator, Jacqueline advises organizations on how to define their goals, providing them with the tools and evidence they need to make informed decisions. Her multidisciplinary experience—stemming from the academic, nonprofit, and business sectors— pulls together holistic insights that generate both stakeholder and client value.

During her free time, Jacqueline writes poetry to raise awareness on mental illness and has published her first collection of poems in Spanish titled El Tiempo de la Mariposa: Poesía de una mente bipolar. The creative communications experience she brings enriches both the depth and scale of insights she delivers on behalf of her social sector partners.

A big-picture thinker with an eye toward learning, Jacqueline distills and delineates what steps her clients need to take to accomplish their goals for the communities they serve. As a native Spanish speaker and Mexican national, Jacqueline leverages a range of multicultural insights to always ensure that evaluation practice is strengthened by diverse perspectives.

At TCC Group, Jacqueline integrates her communications background by carefully employing creative evaluation techniques that provide solutions to complex organizational problems. As a consultant she has contributed to the evaluation strategy of partners addressing issues in areas including health, community engagement, and the arts.

At TCC Group:
  • ViiV Healthcare: Jacqueline co-developed and deploys a multi-initiative evaluation strategy for ViiV Healthcare, which addresses the vast unmet needs of people living with HIV. Her analysis includes historical review, logic assessment, data management, and capacity building for grantee partners fighting on behalf of the communities impacted by HIV and AIDS.
  • World Monuments Fund (WMF): For WMF, a nonprofit organization focused on the preservation of artistic treasures throughout the world, Jacqueline interviewed diverse groups of people to ascertain the organization’s impact on local communities. Jacqueline also supported WMF in developing an evaluation framework related to its new strategic plan. By monitoring progress and distributing reports, Jacqueline revealed programming strengths and areas of improvement to guide the organization’s leadership in strategizing future efforts.
  • International Paper: Jacqueline supported the new design and development of an evaluation framework for International Paper’s Community Engagement unit, focusing on the measuring the impact of the company’s community giving portfolio at both the national and international level. Jacqueline helped codify investment areas in order to develop a logic model for International Paper’s signature causes, building out indicators that would most appropriately measure effectiveness. Most notably, Jacqueline created an assessment that would allow the company to identify strategic collaborations based on the evaluation framework. By creating a theory around the company’s giving approach, Jacqueline demonstrated an ability to codify complex programs into measurable approaches.
Before TCC Group:
  • B Classic: Central to the minority-owned marketing and communications agency’s inception, Jacqueline executed a host branding and contributed to the business plan with responsibilities including the design of digital products for learning and capacity building. She also consulted with, and provided marketing services for, various nonprofit and entrepreneurial partners, conducting in-depth assessments of their marketing strategies, stakeholder communications, and data analytics.
  • Association of American Medical Colleges: Jacqueline managed the ongoing evaluation efforts for the organization’s learning and leadership programs, certifying that all the member-facing initiatives were conducted using the best available data. In developing, disseminating, and presenting process-improvement plans, Jacqueline utilized numerous quantitative and qualitative data-collection tools to increase overall participant engagement in the programs.
  • University of Texas at El Paso
    • MA, Sociology
    • BS, Anthropology
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