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Jacqueline BotjerCareer Highlights:
Success in managing a large network of clients & establishing a new customer base. Experience in training new personnel. Successful track record of working in newly created positions, with a hands-on entrepreneurial spirit to every role. 

Community Involvement:
Hurricane Irene Clean Up, Waterbury
African Empowerment Project, Tanzania
Alumni Council Board Member, Champlain College
Open Door Clinic Spanish Translator, Vergennes, VT
Orphanage Outreach & Translation, El Salvador
Chill Program Coordinator, Burton Snowboards
CHAMP Leadership, Champlain College
Hands to Honduras Medical Mission & Translation

Favorite part of job? I enjoy interacting with intelligent motivated people, both clients and coworkers on a day to day basis.

Most inspiring mentor? 
Alec Newcomb our Chief Strategy Officer at MyWebGrocer, he is an amazing visionary & thought leader in all things digital.

Who is your living hero? Peter White, my high school Urban Studies teacher who founded the club called Students for 60,000.  Students for 60,000 (SF60K) is a Northport high club founded in 1987 that is dedicated to providing aid care and support for the needy. Students participate in trips to homeless shelters and underfunded schools in New York City, where students can interact with people and deliver supplies. SF60K also takes trips to Nicaragua, to build houses, teach in the schools, and deliver clothes, school and medical supplies. On this trip students can also experience third world poverty, and interact with and understand the people who live there. 

Favorite downtime activity? Hiking, especially the mountains in Vermont with a fire-tower lookout.

Favorite Vermont Escape? Boyden Valley Winery; quality of Napa with the scenery of Vermont!

Favorite social network? LinkedIn

Favorite website?

Vermont Business Person you would most want to network with? Oh that's a hard one, I'm a big networker! The Burlington Young Professionals, Green Drinks & the Chamber offer so many great opportunities to network, although I've never met the CEO's of GMCR or Seventh Gen.

John Boutin, VBM Publisher, Jacqueline Botjer and Pat Moulton Powden, Deputy Secretary of Commerce and Community Development< Last Next >