Jacqueline Arase

Donor Database and Prospect Research Manager

Jacqueline recently joined Sustainable Conservation as our first-ever Donor Database and Prospect Research Manager. As a member of the Development and Communications team, Jacqueline manages and configures our robust Donor Perfect database system, and leads the effort in our prospective donor research. Jacqueline has over 18 years of experience working in the museum registration field, specializing in relational database management for the past 7. During her career, she has worked with a diverse set of collections at a variety of institutions, including: Lucasfilm, the California Academy of Sciences, the private collection of Ann and Gordon Getty, for Napa-based public artist Gordon Huether of Gordon Huether + Partners, Inc. and, most recently, as a contracting art program registrar for Stanford Health Care’s new Stanford Hospital.  

Born and raised in Southern California, Jacqueline grew up in the beautiful small town of Ojai that is nestled in a mountain valley just south of Santa Barbara and north of Los Angeles. Influenced at an early age by the visual beauty of the California landscape, Jacqueline received a BA degree in Art History from UCLA, followed by an MA degree in Museum Studies Collections Management from John F. Kennedy University.

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