Jacqueline Carter is the oldest child of Thelma, who is deceased, and Henry Carter, Sr. She is a native of St. Louis, Missouri along with a brother Henry, Jr. The four seasons of the Midwest are reflective of her continued renewal and growth. Jacqueline has been a Missouri Real Estate Broker since 1999. In 2009, she graduated from St. Louis Christian College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Educational Ministry. In 2011, she completed a Masters in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Missouri St. Louis. Her research interests are centered on adult education, psychology of religion, character development, emotional intelligence, and religious leadership.
Achieving academic success after the age of 40, Jacqueline understands the importance of creating safe and engaging learning environments. Learning environments that encourage self-expression, the exchange of knowledge, and shared experiences are great strategies for creating safe and successful learning spaces.
Jacqueline is a strong advocate for educating non-traditional students and has been teaching in religious organizations and various community settings for over 30 years. Her experience as an entrepreneur and community volunteer is the passion supporting her commitment to educating adults. She is dedicated to empowering people in community and professional settings. Jacqueline’s essential goals include developing and growing her nonprofit organization that will educate adults in areas of leadership, financial literacy, job readiness training, and home ownership.