About Jacqueline

“I’m running for Town Council in the 2017 municipal election; because every day Beaumontonians need a champion, and I want to be that champion. 

So I’m hitting the campaign trail to earn your vote, as Councillor; because it’s your time to be heard, and my time to listen, learn, and advocate for the things that make ‘Life Better in Beaumont’.  I hope you’ll join me on this journey.”

Ms. Biollo has extensive experience in the political arena, both as a former elected official (2007 – 2013) and as a business consultant and social advocate with all orders of government.  Jacqueline’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) thesis focused on economic development initiatives at a municipal level, she excels at strategic relationship building (in both official languages), and policy development with private, not-for-profit, and government agencies.

Jacqueline has always had a desire to be involved, help others, and stand-up for a cause which she believes in.  This, and so much more, makes her a perfect fit for a role with responsibilities that require not only a visionary leader, but a team player with proven skills and a results-based track record.

Jacqueline is inspired by the people of Beaumont, the possibility to reconsider the municipal vision based on infrastructure planning and allocated budgets, and the potential we all have, as citizens, to ensure life really is ‘better in Beaumont’.

Jacqueline and her family have lived in Beaumont, Alberta since 2000, and have been involved with a variety of activities; this, while maintaining a healthy work/life balance, encouraging her school-aged children to succeed, and remaining supportive to her husband, who is a member of the Canadian Forces. 

Jacqueline has served on a variety of boards and committees, continuing to donate her time and talents whist expanding her own areas of interest and opportunities for learning.  Most notably, she was the Chair of the Inter-Agency Council on Homelessness, Integrated Housing and Supports Framework Committee; former Chair of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA), Safe and Healthy Communities Committee; and Women in Municipal Government and is a recurrent mentor for the InterVivos Mentorship program.  Jacqueline is also the founder of an initiative called ArtStart, currently managed by the Edmonton City Centre Church Corporation (E4C). 

In support of her bid to return to council, Jacqueline believes “It is essential to tie our government relations activities to the achievement of our strategic goals which form the foundation of our municipal viability and sustainability”.

Ms. Biollo embarks on her latest political bid in a campaign that is focused on personality, financial performance, experience, and business processes. 

Jacqueline’s campaign will inevitability highlight compelling platform alternatives to those of the other candidates based on her prior experience as an elected official, and her diverse expertise in a business setting.

“Once elected, I will continue to provide a positive, consultative and forward-thinking representation of what I’ve heard you say you want from Town Council and for the town where we all live, work, play and invest.  I’m excited to launch my strategic vision for Beaumont and champion success for all Beaumontonians.”

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