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Jaclyn became a freelance writer after dealing with accessibility and inclusion challenges when her middle son was born with multiple disabilities. She's always looking to learn more to integrate her worlds and find ways to include her son and make the world more accessible. She's working on a memoir and seeking representation.
Jaclyn is a recent graduate of the Rutgers Partners in Policy Making Program at the Boggs Center for Developmental Disabilities.
She's also passionate about writing finance and money management-related topics and utilizing her background as a tax accountant.
Jaclyn has written for The New York Times, CNN, Wired, Huffpost, TD Bank, Fodor's, Hippocampus Magazine, Business Insider, Good Housekeeping, Parents, Motherwell, Scary Mommy, Popsugar, Green America, The Mighty, Reviewed, CNET, GoodBuy Gear and other places.
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