Jacquelyn Jacobs

Jacquelyn Jacobs

Evaluation Specialist, Center for Behavioral Health and Justice


Jacquelyn Jacobs


Jacquelyn began working as an Evaluation Specialist on the Michigan Re-entry Project in December 2018. Shortly after joining the team, she received her Master of Public Health (MPH) from Wayne State University. While earning her MPH, Jacquelyn worked as the project coordinator of a large population health study and a scribe at an inpatient psychiatric hospital. Through her education and experience she developed a passion for mental health and an interest in public health initiatives that aim to bridge the gaps in mental health care.


Jacquelyn serves as an Evaluation Specialist on the Michigan Re-entry Project. She is responsible for collection, management, and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data from various sources. She creates progress summaries and graphs on a weekly basis for each provider team to track individual and program progress. She also assists with developing surveys, facilitating focus groups, conducting interviews, and creating reports and presentations.

Degrees and Certifications

  • MPH, Wayne State University
  • BS, Biology, Oakland University