Stories of Naperville

Jul 02

[ARCHIVED] Meet Jacqueline Ruiz

The original item was published from July 1, 2020 1:19 PM to August 13, 2020 8:57 AM


"Jacqueline Camacho is a visionary social entrepreneur that has created an enterprise of inspiration. Her keen sense of service coupled with the vision to bring good to the world have led her to create two successful award-winning companies, establish two nonprofit organizations, publish 16 books, create over 10 products, and has held dozens of events around the world in just the past decade. 


She is often referred to as a 'dream catcher' as her strategies have supported thousands of women, authors and young ladies to live a life of significance. Jacqueline's quest to be a servant leader extends to every area of her life. She has shared her inspiration in four continents and aligned with some of the most powerful brands to elevate others. At only 36 years of age, she has achieved what most would not do in an entire lifetime. Being a cancer survivor sparked a sense of urgency to serve and transcend. 


Jacqueline believes that magix (yes, a made up word that means magic x 10) is the interception of profit and impact. 


She is one of the few Latina sports airplane pilots in the United States and is about to embark on the historic air race that 20 women flyers participated in crossing the United States 91 years ago, including the famous Amelia Earhart. 


Jacqueline believes that 'taking off is optional, landing on your dreams is mandatory.' -pilotina" 

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