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Jackie Isidore

Vice President, Marketing and Business Development

Quick facts:


Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Spanish from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

Professional Affiliations/Membership:

  • CREW San Diego
    President, 2016
  • CREW San Diego
    President Elect, 2015
  • NAIOP San Diego
    DL Council Co-Chair, 2012- 2013
  • CREW San Diego
    2012 – Jan 2013 1st VP Membership


  • Top Commercial Real Estate Leaders in San Diego
    The San Diego Daily Transcript, 2016
  • 2013 CREW Connector
    CREW San Diego

Fun Fact:

Fluent in Spanish, she enjoys traveling the world with her family and has lived in Spain, Chile, and Central America.


A habitual reader, long time yoga devotee, pretty good cook, and subpar but enthusiastic vegetable gardener.


In her role as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Jackie is a key member of J&J’s executive team, overseeing new and sustaining relationships and all proposals and marketing efforts while working closely with the individual J&J teams to help establish “forever clients.” Over the years, Jackie has worked closely with clients and staff throughout Southern California gaining an understanding of clients’ business needs and goals. She brings to the team long-honed expertise in marketing, human behavior and business relationships, as well as a natural inquisitiveness she credits to a stint in journalism.

Throughout her 13-year tenure at J&J, Jackie has been instrumental in many of the company’s largest and most notable projects.

Notable Project

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace

Academy of Our Lady of Peace

“It’s been incredibly rewarding to reengage with my high school Alma Mater, The Academy of Our Lady of Peace, through the Boundless Construction Project! It’s clear to me OLP and its leadership have taken the right steps to continue to empower and grow strong women through its unique education and community.  I’m proud of the work our team has done with the school to beautifully balance necessary modern expansion and upgrades while maintaining the historical integrity of this personally meaningful place.”

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