Jacqueline Buckingham is an actress, philanthropist, and menopause advocate.

Founder of The Women's Intimate and Sexual Health Foundation, her mission is to improve women’s health, gender equality, and the economic empowerment of women.

A mother of 2 and award-winning filmmaker, Jacqueline's work and vision for a better world involves amplifying leading medical expertise, designing solutions to improve the menopause experience, and producing media that matters.

A Texan described as having “never played by anyone else’s rules” by W Magazine, she is an outspoken voice for female empowerment.

Jacqueline studied Art History and Business at Emory University, earned a B.A. with High Honors from the University of Toronto, and completed post-graduate coursework in Lifestyle Medicine and Neuroscience at Harvard.

The Director of Business Development and board member supporting The Girls Academic Leadership Academy in Los Angeles, she is committed to lifelong learning and raising global citizens. Jacqueline is proud to have global schooled her daughter throughout Australasia and grateful to have produced a documentary for AMPATH’s Orphans & Vulnerable Children Program in Kenya with her son.

Her greatest honor is being their mom.