Jacqueline Gooden Seay is a native of Buckingham County, Virginia where she grew up on the family farm. Jacqueline is a retired public school educator after thirty-one years teaching K-12 science and providing technology support to students, teachers and staff. Currently she is an adjunct instructor teaching Physical Geology at Reynolds Community College, Parham Road Campus, Richmond, Virginia. Jacqueline earned an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina, a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instructions from Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia and did further studies in Geology at Pennsylvania State University, State College Pennsylvania. She is a member of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers, National Association of Parliamentarians and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Jacqueline is the farm manager of the Gooden Legacy Farm in Buckingham County where she and siblings raise Black Angus cattle.