Jacquelyn Williams, Ph.D. Analyst
Dr. Jacquelyn Williams serves as an analyst at Insight Education Group. They are responsible for supporting members of the Service Delivery team to conduct research and data analysis; produce client-facing documents, resources and tools; and serve as point for administrative and operational support across a portfolio of contracts.
Prior to Insight, Jacquelyn worked as a professional school counselor in a South Carolina, Title I school. In the role of school counselor, they worked closely with their school leaders, staff, parents, and community stakeholders to advocate for student academic, behavioral, and social emotional needs through classroom learning, small groups, and individual counseling services. More recently, Jacquelyn held a graduate research assistantship at Clemson University and collaborated with district and school leaders to execute research on educational equity across the state of South Carolina.
Jacquelyn is passionate about teacher mental health initiatives, school climate development, and equitable school leader practices. As an analyst and educational researcher, Jacquelyn aims to use the research process to draw insightful recommendations that equip school leaders with the tools to create equitable, restorative, and nurturing school environments. Jacquelyn believes all students deserve a learning environment where they can excel academically and social-emotionally, without regard to their race, color, socio-economic status, first learned language, gender, or orientation.
Jacquelyn earned their bachelor’s degree in psychology and sports management from Lenoir-Rhyne University and master’s degree in school counseling from Clemson University. Jacquelyn graduated with their Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Leadership with a P-12 emphasis from Clemson’ s College of Education.