Jacqueline (Jackie) Correa-Alley
Jacqueline (Jackie) Correa-Alley was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Massachusetts. She attended St. Paul Technical College in Minnesota for two years and became a career in a business and data entry clerk.
Jackie Correa-Alley is proud to be latina. She has raised two CODA handsome children. One of her older sons is married. While She is a busy mother with a youngest son who is currently a senior in high School, she finds time to get actively involved with the deaf community in Massachusetts.
As of today, Jackie Correa-Alley is working as Deaf Mentor Family Program and helping parents to learn American Sign Language to communicate with their Deaf and Hard of Hearing children. She has been teaching ASL for many years. She has no plan to stop participating in the Hispanic Deaf community.
In her spare time, Jackie Correa-Alley currently resides in Minnesota. She enjoys traveling, crafting, sewing, reading, fun outdoors, and more:)
Jackie Correa-Alley is excited to work with the Camp of the Deaf Sol team. She work as a parent outreach in the Midwest region.