Jackeline Saez-Rosario


Jackeline Saez-Rosario
My name is Jackeline Saez-Rosario and I am currently employed as a paralegal in the Disabilities Law Program at Community Legal Aid. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Political Science with a concentration in law and political theory and minors in legal studies, women studies and disabilities studies from the University of Delaware. As an undergraduate student, I studied and researched the barriers that parents of children with special needs faced especially non-English speaking families and presented my work and recommendations for closing these gaps at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Conference. With my research, I have been able to assist in creating cultural competency training and help organizations add cultural competency training to their recruitment process. When I am not in the office I am usually either at an outreach/community event or involved in one of the various committees I sit on including, the Delaware Victims Right Disability Sub-Committee, Access Wilmington, Employment First Oversight Commission and Family SHADE.

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