If you have any questions in regards to any conference related to the National Alternative Education Association, please contact Jacquelyn (Jackie) Whitt.
Jacquelyn (Jackie) B. Whitt holds an Educational Specialist degree in Administration and Supervision, a Masters degree in School Psychologist and a Bachelors degree in Spanish and Portuguese. She is an educational consultant who specializes in helping school districts to design and implement effective small learning communities for at risk students. She recently retired after devoting 38 years to the field of education. During her tenure, she worked as a special education teacher, a school psychologist, a vocational evaluator, a bi-lingual administrative assistant, and a principal in several alternative settings. Currently, Ms. Whitt serves on numerous local, state and national boards. She served as President of the Georgia Association for Alternative Education for three years. In 1998, Ms. Whitt organized and founded “Foundation 2000 for Children,” which is a nonprofit philanthropic organization that provides the following support for individuals in Cobb County, Georgia: Scholarships for high school students, teacher impact grants for middle school teachers, and after school care scholarships for elementary students. Ms. Whitt has received many honors and awards for her outstanding contributions to the larger community. She has traveled to Brazil, Japan, Mexico, several European countries, and throughout the Caribbean sharing her innovative ideas to increase student achievement for all students.