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Jacqueline Guan

Jacqueline is CPI’s Development Manager. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Jacqueline is the oldest child of Chinese immigrants and the first in her family to go to college. She holds a B.A. in International Studies/Anthropology with a minor in Education Studies from UC San Diego. Prior to joining CPI, Jacqueline worked at Reality Changers, the United States Peace Corps, and UC San Diego. She is also involved with AFP San Diego, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy, and serves as a CASA with Voices for Children.

Jacqueline is committed to social justice and change, youth empowerment, and education. In her role at CPI, Jacqueline manages and drives the organization’s fundraising and stewardship efforts, building a community of foundation funders and individual donors who share the organization’s vision of economic justice and prosperity for all.

In her free time, Jacqueline enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, curling up with a book, being a cat mom and plant mom, and improving her yoga practice.

Contact Jacqueline about ways to financially support CPI’s work and mission. She’d love to meet you and talk about how, together, we can make San Diego a community where everyone can live and work with dignity, prosperity, and equal opportunity.

Contact Jacqueline: jacqueline@cpisandiego.org

Written by jcordova

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