Jacqueline Villalobos



​At a young age, Jackie’s family decided it would be best for their future to move from Mexico to the United States. They initially moved to Illinois but decided Texas had more opportunities. While in middle school, Jackie interviewed to be part of Early College High School at Midland College where she would go on to receive her Associate Degree in Arts and High School diploma. After completing a few more classes at Midland College, she realized that she was genuinely interested in criminal justice. Shortly afterwards Jackie transferred to Sul Ross State University.

After two years of studying online, Jackie graduated with her Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice, with honors, in May 2019. It was a tremendous accomplishment, particularly because she was her family’s first generation college student.
Although everything may be bigger in Texas, the Pacific Northwest has everything she enjoys doing from hiking with her dog, skiing, and of course trying out the amazing local food options. In her spare time Jackie also enjoys working with different art mediums, going to concerts, and lifting weights.
*Fun fact – I have dual citizenship.* – Jackie