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Jacqueline Elizabeth King

Jacqueline Elizabeth King, American financial analyst, researcher. Recipient Young Leader of the Academy, Change Magazine, 1998, Robert Huff Golden Quill award, National Association of Student Finance Aid Administrators, 2003; grantee, Lumina Foundation for Education, 2003-2005. Board directors National Post-secondary Education Data Cooperative, Washington, 2001—2003; Member of Association Study Higher Education (associate).

Background

  • King, Jacqueline Elizabeth was born on October 10, 1965 in San Francisco, California, United States. Daughter of James Anthony and Joan Arlene King.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in French Literature, University California, Berkeley, 1987. Master of Arts in higher Education, Columbia University, New York City, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy in higher Education, University Maryland, College Park, 1996.

    Career

    • Associate director, policy analysis The College Board, Washington, 1993—1996. Director Center Policy Analysis American Council on Education, since 1996.

    Works

    • Author (editor): Financing a College Education: How It Works, How It's Changing, 1999. Author: (monograph) Money Matters: The Impact of Race/Ethnicity and Gender on How Students Pay for College, 1999, Gender Equity in Higher Education: Are Male Students at a Disadvantage?, 2000, Crucial Choices: How Students' Financial Decisions Affect their Academic Success, 2002, (mongraph) Low-income Adults in Profile: Improving Lives through Higher Education, 2004. Editor: (journal) Changing Student Attendance Patterns: Implications for Policy and Practice, 2003.

      Contributor chapters to books, articles.

    Membership

    Board directors National Post-secondary Education Data Cooperative, Washington, 2001—2003. Member of Association Study Higher Education (associate).

    Connections

    • Married Dion Frank Vinik, September 7, 2003.
    • father: James Anthony
    • mother: Joan Arlene King
    • spouse: Dion Frank Vinik
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    Born October 10, 1965
    (age 51)
    Nationality
    • 1987
      University California
    • 1988
      Columbia University
    • 1996
      University Maryland
    • 1993 - 1996
      Associate, director
      Washington, United States
    • 1996
      director, Center Policy Analysis American Council on Education