Jacqueline (Gonzalez) Taylor currently serves as Vice President, Legal at MineralTree.
Prior to joining MineralTree, Jacqueline served as Vice President and Counsel at State Street Bank & Trust Company supporting Global Procurement and IT. She has also served as Associate Counsel at EMC Corporation supporting corporate indirect procurement, Senior Counsel at Staples, Inc., supporting technology and privacy, was the Attorney Project Manager of The Belin Economic Project of The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, provided services to Parexel, Inc. and CSC Consulting, Inc. on a contract basis, was Assistant General Counsel at Genuity Inc., and was an associate at Lucash, Gesmer & Updegrove, LLP and Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP. She is a fluent Spanish speaker. Jacqueline earned her law degree from Suffolk University Law School, and a BA in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts.
In addition to serving on the Board for the Center for Women & Enterprise, she is affiliated with various professional organizations, including the Association of Corporate Counsel, Association of Latino Professionals For America, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
I admire CWE’s commitment to help women become economically self-sufficient through education, training and technical assistance. I believe that once women become economically self-sufficient, they are able to improve their lives, the lives of their families and their communities. I would like to help CWE further its mission and expand its programs.