Jacqueline Zambrotto is a current 3rd year undergraduate student studying at the University of Florida, set to graduate with her B.S. in both Animal Sciences and Agricultural Communications in the spring of 2025. Although her initial ambitions were to pursue veterinary school, Jacqueline has since opted to utilize her experiences in practical agriculture, animal welfare, and environmental land use to pursue a postgraduate career in Environmental and Natural Resource law. When not completing coursework for Agricultural Risk Management and the Law and Growth and Development of Farm Animals, however, Jacqueline can be found as an active participant in the UF Club Tennis Competition Team, Gator Society for Pre-Law Women, and Block & Bridle student organizations on campus. Although it's great to be a Florida Gator, Jacqueline looks forward the most to being able to spend time with her family home on Long Island, going on annual vacations, cooking together, and visiting local wineries.
Finishing her high school curriculum with honors, Maycie is currently attending Colorado Mountain College pursuing her Associate’s Degree as a paralegal. Her previous experience as a customer service representative and volunteer worker has shown her how important it is to take an individualized approach with each client. Her volunteer work within the Hispanic community has helped her to connect with people of all different backgrounds, and she brings an engaged attitude to the firm. She also brings an attention to detail and desire to provide each client with personalized help. In her free time, Maycie enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading, exploring the outdoors, and physical fitness.