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Jacqueline Martin

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.

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