Jacqueline Jodl has led, scaled, and advised strategically underdeveloped and operationally complex entities in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. She brings foundational experience in consumer products marketing and sales, and deep knowledge of U.S. education research, policy, and practice sectors. Dr. Jodl is a nationally recognized authority on social-emotional skills and their impact on education performance and workforce readiness. Her career began at Unilever in marketing brand management, where she managed established brands and new product innovation as well as business integration following corporate acquisitions. She led The Aspen Institute’s most critical endeavor in education, serving as the Executive Director of the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development. As the principal strategic advisor at the University of Virginia’s School of Education, her primary area of focus was education technology, race and education, and innovation in PreK-12 education. Jacqueline Jodl leads the youth leadership and education programming across the globe as the Senior Vice President of Global Youth and Education at Special Olympics.