Strategic Partnerships Inc. clients will benefit significantly from Dr. Jacqueline Dansby’s expertise in education management practices and abilities.
Jacqueline served in several leadership positions at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, including as executive director, director, associate director, and assistant director of the university’s Upward Bound pre-college programs. In this role, she authored, supervised, and managed several consistently successful grant proposals funded by the U.S. Department of Education in excess of $700,000 annually. Additionally, she presided as chair of the President’s Task Force on Diversity Initiatives and academic affairs, search, and personnel advisory committees among others at St. Mary’s University and was an instructor and adjunct faculty in the university’s sociology, psychology, and criminal justice departments.
During her career, she also served as an adjunct faculty member in the psychology departments at St. Phillip’s and Palo Alto Colleges. In those positions, Jacqueline is a president, past president, and former board member of several organizations including Lambda Beta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma Society for Key Women Educators, San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame, SA 100, and Council for Opportunity in Education in Washington, D.C.
Presenter of numerous keynote addresses and professional workshops, Jacqueline has been featured in Women of Distinction Magazine and Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide where she was recognized as a Woman of Excellence. She was inducted into Leadership America and Leadership Texas and was a recipient of the Marianist Heritage Award and the Alice Franzke Feminist Award from St. Mary’s University.
Jacqueline earned her doctoral degree in educational administration at Texas A&M University and Master of Arts in higher education administration, educational psychology, counseling and guidance, and curriculum and instruction from The University of Texas at San Antonio. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and chemistry from the University of the Incarnate Word College in San Antonio.