Jacquelynn maintains a studio in East Lansing, Michigan while teaching at Michigan State University.
In 2008, she earned a BA in Studio Art and Art History from the University of Minnesota, Morris. While at the University of Minnesota, Morris she received the Rodney A. Briggs Purchase Award and an Art History Student Fellowship.
In 2011, she earned an MFA in Sculpture from Michigan State University and was awarded the Selma and Stanley Hollander Fellowship along with many other Fellowships, Grants, and Assistantships.
Jacquelynn has exhibited nationally in group and solo exhibitions. She has also given lectures both nationally and internationally about her work.
In 2012, she began working on a documentary film project about the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum which is scheduled for release on the PBS station, WKAR in 2013.