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Celebrating Women Leaders at NETL - Jacqulyn Wilson

Jacqulyn Wilson

Supervisor for Policy and Analysis


Jacqulyn Wilson is a born and raised Mountaineer. In 2006, she graduated cum laude from West Virginia University and earned a bachelor’s degree in English. 

Wilson joined NETL in April 2007 and she started out as a contract specialist in an internship program. In 2018, she was promoted to a contracting officer position. Wilson showed that she was a driven and dedicated leader as she earned a master’s degree to further advance her career in 2022 and became a senior contracting officer. 

Currently, she is a supervisor for policy and analysis with NETL’s Finance and Acquisition Center. Her supervisory role spans Policy Analysis, Cost Price Analysis, Property Management and DOE’s Unsolicited Proposal Program.

Wilson said that the Finance and Acquisition Center is extremely busy right now. Day to day, she rolls her sleeves up and tries to get as much work done as possible. Particularly, Wilson enjoys working with policy, so she likes to dig into that. 

In addition to working with policy, there is a lot of collaborative work that needs to be completed in her position. This is a highlight for Wilson as her favorite part about her job is working with the diverse and talented group of individuals on her team, and she loves solving problems together with them. 

Today, Wilson still resides in Morgantown, West Virginia, and has a son named Quentin. Her obsession is watching wild birds, particularly the Eastern Bluebird.

Women’s history month reminds Wilson to feel gratitude and inspiration for the bravery and achievements women have shown throughout history and in current times. In particular, she reflects on the unrelenting courage women displayed during the suffrage movement and said that causes her to get emotional every time she casts a vote. 

“Even more than this, I pause to think about the women in my life who have supported me through the strength they demonstrate every day as they navigate the obstacles unique to women,” added Wilson. “I’m deeply grateful for their comradery and mentorship, which gives me the courage to lift up others. Cheers to the women in our lives.”


Jacqulyn Wilson

Jacqulyn Wilson

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