Jacquelyn Adams began her training career teaching high school math in Swahili in a rural Tanzanian village for two years as a Peace Corps volunteer. Upon returning to the United States, she combined her love of teaching with her B.S. degree in computer engineering to become a corporate engineering trainer. After spending a decade as a top-rated instructor, she founded a consulting company, Ristole. Adams is an IEEE Senior Member and serves as the vice chair of both the IEEE’s Continuing Education Committee and Public Visibility Committee. She has received local and national recognition for her professional achievements, including Top 40 Under 40, Entrepreneurial Achievement, Outstanding Young Alumni, and Outstanding Woman in Business awards. Her blog, Lessons on Leadership (https://insight.ieeeusa.org/jacquelyn-adams/), shares leadership development tips and has become the most-read column on IEEE-USA InSight. Adams also hosts the IEEE.tv channel Jacquelyn Worx, which focuses on the future of work and career development.
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