Jacqueline DiChiara

Director, Content

Rejoicing in ordinary things is not sentimental or trite. It actually takes guts.

— Pema Chödrön


Jacqueline was born weighing one pound. Her life motto, according to Shakespeare: "Though she be but little, she is fierce!" Her first published article won first prize in a writing contest, and $50 to boot. A small accomplishment, but one that planted the writing bug hard in her – a passion to talk to people from all walks of life and then publish their thoughts for the world to act on. Her curiosity to always ask questions has led her ideas (and Tweets!) to be featured by CNBC, Harvard, and more. Beyond hitting the keyboard, Jacqueline enjoys hitting the trails or a HIIT class. Her sense of adventure also extends to mindfulness-focused workouts – whether flying in aerial yoga or getting sand and salt on her yoga mat.

As director of content at Acertitude, Jacqueline bridges C-suite leaders with ideas and knowledge that can help catalyze untapped opportunities to transform their organizations and greater markets. Here, she works with consultants and clients to inform and inspire our senior executive network to bring out the best in themselves, and the people around them. Jacqueline drives an engaging content strategy that spans industries, and a new podcast.

Jacqueline’s rich former expertise spans roles as a writing professor, medical writer, consultant, journalist, and podcast consultant. Formerly a Content Editor and Podcast Producer at Oliver Wyman, Jacqueline helped drive the publication of breaking COVID-19 analysis and research and write expert interviews on leadership strategy for executives. And, as a former journalist at Harvard, Jacqueline turned hours of intense conversations into memorable marketing content that drove business and shone a light on how experts are helping solve critical global issues.

Regarding her personal work, Jacqueline is a board member with World Unity Inc. – an organization that uses the arts to promote racial and gender equality. She is a human rights advocate, with personal interviewees including a conversation with director William Greaves on his Sundance Film Festival and PBS documentary and was the Keynote Poet for a Gloria Steinem address on women's rights. She’s also a metaphysics author and hosts a meditation podcast called Enough-ism.

Jacqueline lives in Boston. She has an A.B. from Mount Holyoke College, a B.Msc from the University of Metaphysical Sciences, and an M.A.T. from Fairleigh Dickinson University. 


Fairleigh Dickinson University, M.A.T.
Mount Holyoke College, A.B.
University of Metaphysical Sciences, B.Msc.