July 21, 2020
Jacqueline Lightcap was appointed to the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board by Governor Laura Kelly.
Jacqueline was born and raised in Kansas, and currently resides in Topeka. Her education and professional experience is in print media, advertising, and marketing, and she now works part-time for the League of Women Voters of Kansas. In addition to raising two teenagers with her husband, Jacqueline serves on the local school board (USD 437, Auburn-Washburn), is a member of her local League of Women Voters, and co-chairs the statewide Centennial Celebration Committee, bringing awareness to the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. She is also involved in the civic life of her community as a precinct committee woman.
“We created the Appointments Project® so local boards and commissions could reflect the communities they serve,” said Wendy Doyle, Women’s Foundation President & CEO. “I congratulate Jacqueline on her appointment and am confident her involvement will help strengthen the community by increasing gender parity at the decision-making table. When women lead, everyone wins.”