Jacqueline is the founder of MedCorp Technologies, a medical device company that develops wearable technologies for the healthcare industry.
Jacqueline graduated from Swinburne in 2013 with a Bachelor of Engineering (Product Design), specialising in Biomedical Engineering. In her final year of studies, she founded MedCorp Technologies in order to commercialise her final year project, a wearable drug infusion and patient monitoring device.
While completing her studies, Jacqueline worked for Melbourne-based engineering design consultancy Outerspace Design, where she further strengthened her medical product design skills.
In 2014, the opportunity to join the team at Ronstan International, an industry leader in manufacturing, was hard to pass up. It was there that Jacqueline learnt what it took to design, manufacture and distribute products internationally.
In 2015, after juggling full-time work and a start-up, Jacqueline decided it was time to dedicate herself 100% to MedCorp Technologies.
Since graduating, Jacqueline has received numerous acknowledgements for her innovations, consisting of industry awards from the Design Institute of Australia, Hill Young Australian Design Awards and 2014 Top 100 Engineering Innovations (NASA Tech Briefs). This year, MedCorp Technologies entered MedTech’s Got Talent entrepreneurship challenge, where they were awarded a funded finalist position in the competition and second place overall.