‘sJust a small town girl, Jacqueline was born and raised in the Hamlet of Wooler in the east end of Northumberland County. A firecracker from the start, Jacqueline spent the better part of her youth involved in children’s advocacy initiatives with the belief that she could make a difference. Her passion and determination to lobby for the rights of her peers defined her youth and even lead to her speaking at the United Nations.

At 23 years old after buying her first home, Jacqueline decided she wanted to combine her newfound love of real estate with her passion for advocacy and joined RE/MAX. She believes that consumers are best served through an advocacy-based approach as opposed to the typical “sales” approach of the real estate industry.

Over a decade later, Jacqueline’s love for real estate, passion for advocating for her clients, and her professional approach have allowed her to enjoy a successful and award-winning career.

After calling Cobourg home for 15 years, Jacqueline moved to the Hamlet of Grafton. It was time to return to her roots and give her young family the same small-town experience she had growing up.

Jacqueline’s husband, Gregory works downtown Toronto and enjoys the perks of the VIA commuter train like many living in Northumberland. Her son Robert and Elijah both attend Grafton Public School. Rounding out the family is Peppa (the dog with lots of spirit), and Georgie (the rescue cat that weaselled its way into their hearts & home)

If you’re interested in learning more about Jacqueline and her family’s love of all things Northumberland, give her a follow on social media where she shares the behind the scenes fun.


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