Jacqueline engages highly diverse individuals, groups, and large systems in co-creating solutions that make a difference in the world.
Jacqueline (Jacquie) McLemore is deeply committed to supporting diverse groups of people as they develop and collaborate on tough—and tender—issues. Driven by an innate curiosity and her Mississippi roots, Jacquie’s passion for social justice and civil rights remain core to her life’s work. She has always appreciated a good story and the role of narrative in leading transformative change efforts.
Jacquie’s experience includes designing and facilitating collaborative citizen engagement meetings for over 500 people; coaching individuals and teams; and working in the domains of education, government, health care, and professional services. Issues of equity, inclusion, and race are frequently the context for her coaching, facilitation, and change management work with everyone from individuals to teams to large organizations.
Jacquie has spent more than 25 years teaching teamwork, group facilitation skills, human behavior, coaching skills, and organizational development methodologies to grassroots community leaders, consultants, and therapists.
Culture change, coaching, facilitation, large-group methodologies