Jaclyn Kopel, Ed.D
Jaclyn Kopel is a born and raised New Yorker. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Pace University where she majored in Adolescent Education and History. She is a proud Pforzheimer Honors alumna. While at Pace, Jaclyn was a member of the following honor societies: Lambda Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, and Alpha Chi. As an undergraduate student she worked at Pace High School, Pace’s Center for Academic Excellence, and with VOTE 18. Upon graduation she won the Co-op, Internship, and Experiential Education Award; the Academic Excellence in History Award; the History Department Award; the School of Education Scholastic Achievement Award; and the Academic Leadership Award. She was a recipient of a grant from Project Pericles and one from the Honors College. She has taught high school history at Pace High School, the Academy for Careers in Television and Film, and Pace’s Upward Bound Program. Jaclyn spent three years working for Undergraduate Admissions. She joined the Honors College as a staff member in October 2013 as the Program Coordinator and Office Manager. In July 2015 she became the Associate Director and in July 2017 she became the Director. Jaclyn received her M.S.Ed in Teacher Leadership and her Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership. She also received her Egyptology Certificate from the University of Manchester.