Jacquelyn is excellent at building relationships and executing beautiful, meaningful events with those in need at the heart of it all. She is to be commended for her commitment to her organization, to the wonderful individuals who are a part of it, and most importantly, her commitment to advocate for woman and children faced with social issues. She is what so many of us should aspire to be.
FOUNDER BOSS NETWORK
I am so inspired by Jacquelyn Aluotto. I honored her as an "Influencer" in 2010 with my organization The BOSS Network. Since then we have kept in touch and continued to support each other. I am a fan of her work with the Nimby project and her work on behalf of domestic violence and homelessness. I look forward to a continued relationship of support for each of our organizations.
I watched Not In My Back Yard and it moved me. It is raw and impressive. She has a different style than other Filmmakers and I was inspired. Then I met Jacquelyn and I understood. She is extremely passionate. Her passion is infectious.
Jacquelyn would have to be one of the most passionate and creative producers I have worked with. She has devoted her life to bring awareness to great causes with outstanding results that are really making a change. Ask anyone who has worked with Jacquelyn on her performance and they all will always give you a thumbs up and would jump at the opportunity to work alongside her again!
PROJECT RUNWAY/ RBRW HOST
She is one of the most passionate, dedicated, and talented people I have ever worked with. She is planting seeds and making dreams come true for many people.
Jacquelyn is a creative like you have never met before. She is an artist impacting the world by merging innovation with entertainment and inspiration. She makes this almost impossible task look easy.
Jacquelyn's work and dedication are most impressive. She is a skilled director and her compassion for the homeless and women's shelters is more than honorable. I am proud to have worked with her in film and the volunteer work we have done. The N.I.M.B.Y. project will live forever.
The first person to open battered women shelters in North America.
Jackie is one of the most dedicated, hard working, generous, dependable people you could ever meet. What she has done for the shelters and women and children are priceless. She has raised a lot of money for SOS and spent a lot of her own money when we needed it. She made over the shelter with the NIMBY Project, Provided the furniture for our day care center, Does the Make A Christmas Wishlist every year, and Provides makeovers for the women. RBRWF has given us computers and programs for our computer learning center and so much more for the last 17 years. The world needs more Jacquelyn Aluotto. She is such a rare and special person.We have asked her for so many things and many times in the middle of the night and she always shows up no matter what. I could never list all of the things she has done for SOS and our clients because there is to many. She is such a rare and special person and I could not love her any more than I do.