Jacqueline Fox

Jacqueline Fox, NCIDQ

I always liked to doodle and color. When I got older and my grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, I decided that that I could use my passion to design environments that my grandfather and others living with the disease would feel comfortable living in.

Vitals:

  • 4 Years of Experience
  • Bachelor of Science / Philadelphia University
  • Certification, National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ)

Jacqueline's First Job

My first job was working as an intern for a CEO's assistant. My favorite part of the job was planning, and organizing the company picnic. It was the first one in seven years, so I was starting from scratch. It taught me how to design and organize events as well as how to manage event staff.

Her favorite way to relax

I love playing sports. In high school, I participated in volleyball, basketball, and I competed in throwing events with track & field. After high school, I played four years of intramural volleyball in college. Currently at my church, I play volleyball in the fall and basketball every week.

Food she can't live without

Sushi has been my favorite since I was 11 years old! When I was in elementary school and we had to draw our favorite foods at the beginning of the year, my classmates drew pizza, spaghetti, and hamburgers while I was drawing sushi rolls.

Tiffany Wrapped Box
Sushi

Her signature piece

My Tiffany heart necklace. It was the first present my husband gave me when we were dating. I rarely take it off.

Jacqueline’s Favorite Vacation

My trip to South Africa was my favorite. It was a mission’s trip to help an orphanage. There is so much that can be learned by spending time in other countries learning different cultures and helping others. I also enjoyed seeing zebras, giraffes, and rhinos in their natural habitat.

Her Advice to a Student

School is great and you should study hard, but NEVER underestimate what life experiences can teach you