Deputy Commissioner, Division of Prevention Services
Administration for Children’s Services
Dr. Jacqueline Martin has been dedicated to improving the child welfare system in New York City for over twenty-five years. She currently serves as the Deputy Commissioner for the Division of Prevention Services at the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS). As a social work professional, she leads the agency’s nationally recognized prevention services continuum promoting a collaborative best practice and policy agenda. She is also a Senior Advisor to the Racial Equity and Cultural Competency Committee (RECCC), fostering racial equity and social justice throughout the ACS child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care systems. Jacqueline holds a Master’s in Social Work from Hunter College and a doctorate in Strategic Leadership from Regent University.