Jacquelyne (Jacque) Doane received the Weldon B. Gibson Distinguished Volunteer Award in 2006.
Jacque was a member of Pi Beta Phi and a cheerleader at Washington State University. She earned a degree in Home Economics from WSU in 1972. After earning a Masters in Special Education from the University of Washington in 1973, she taught Special Education in Lake Washington School District until 1979. From 1979 to 1985, she served as Master Teacher and Placement Specialist for the district’s Special Education Management Team.
A long time supporter of Washington State University, Jacque has served on various committees for the WSU Foundation and WSU. Her major volunteer contributions include service to the WSU Foundation Board of Trustees since 1991; member of the Trustee Campaign Steering Committee during the WSU Foundation’s first capital campaign from 1991 to 1998; co-chair of the College of Pharmacy Campaign Committee, from 1993 to 1997; member of the WSU Foundation Executive Committee, from 1996 to 2004; and member of WSU Foundation Board of Governors, from 2004 to 2005.
Jacque led the Washington State University Foundation Board of Trustees as Chairman from 2000 to 2002 and was a catalyst in helping WSU become a “World Class. Face to Face.” institution.
Jacque received the Dorothy and Duff Kennedy Making A Difference Award from the College of Pharmacy in 2001, and the WSU Foundation Outstanding Volunteer Service Award in 2005.
Jacque and her husband Rick are Silver Laureates of WSU.