FCC INC. ANNOUNCES JACQUELYNN J. RICE AS NEW ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF VIRTUAL PROGRAMS PRODUCTION
SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA, December 10, 2022 ― Today, Federal Career Connection, Inc. (FCC, Inc.) announced Jacquelynn J. Rice's appointment as the new Assistant Director (AD) of Virtual Programs Production.
As the new AD of Virtual Programs Production, Rice will serve as the “behind the scenes” online meeting coordinator, assisting the meeting facilitator by managing the technical and administrative aspects of the meeting and addressing any technical issues that arise, allowing the facilitator to effectively manage the meeting.
About our new Assistant Director, Virtual Programs Production
Rice has always had a passion for education and assisting others with their development. Since a young age she has always had a drive to serve others in the world of education. Through volunteer work in high school, with her sorority Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. or during college, Rice has been philanthropic in her efforts for years past and continues to be today.
As a former Special Education and General Education teacher of 5 years, Rice has used her time to increase her knowledge of technology and the tools students and teachers need to thrive in this ever-changing world. She taught in low-income districts as Title 1 schools using her skills to bring students the education they deserve. She has also worked for a program to help bring tools and resources to teachers across North America to aid in building teacher capacity.
Rice received her Bachelor of Arts in Special Education and Psychology from Kean University and Master of Education in Learning, Cognition, and Development from Rutgers University. She is excited to bring her talents and skills to FCC and show everyone what FCC has to offer.
About FCC Inc.
Federal Career Connection, Inc. is an all-volunteer run program. It consists of a cadre of federal insiders and workforce development experts, including hiring managers and trainers, whose mission is to increase awareness and participation of public, national, military, or other federal service professions for individuals who have a calling to serve.