Jacqueline Orr is a consultant and researcher focused on social impact. Her work has been published in a variety of academic journals pertaining to management and entrepreneurship, and she has authored numerous business case studies distributed by Harvard Business Publishing and the Case Centre. Her case, “Driving the Future: Carmakers’ Quandary with Automated Vehicles,” which she is presenting at the NSF Summer School, won first place in the Neely Center’s inaugural Ethics Competition in March 2018. Jacqueline has experience teaching and designing entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship curricula for students at all levels between middle school and graduate school.
Jacqueline holds an MS in Social Entrepreneurship from USC’s Marshall School of Business, where she graduated with Beta Gamma Sigma honors and the Dean’s Award for Community Service. She earned her BA in Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law with High Distinction from the University of Virginia, with a minor in Leadership from the McIntire School of Commerce. She lives in Los Angeles with her spouse and two young children.