A nationally known public health advocate, Jackie Jenkins-Scott is a leader in Boston and beyond. She has served as Kennedy Library Foundation Board member and was the 13th president of Wheelock College. She decided to include the Kennedy Library Foundation in her estate plan to help secure the mission of the Kennedy Library and its vital role of educating young people. “This is one of the most valuable experiences for Boston’s youth, and I want to be sure that future generations can walk through the doors of the Kennedy Library and think to themselves, I, too, can make a difference and can even become President of the United States.” Jenkins-Scott and her husband Jim Scott have two adult children: Amal, a medical student, and Amber, a graduate of Smith College. She and her husband can often be seen at the Kennedy Library Forums.
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