Jacqueline Polverari was the founder of Fusion Title Search in 2001 where she built a successful Title Search Company both as a Paralegal and as an expert in title and investigative research with an extensive background in developing and executing processes and procedures that improve efficiencies. Most recently Jacqueline is the founder and Executive Director of Evolution Reentry Services, focusing on the needs of women who have been impacted by the Criminal Justice System. Her collaboration with state agencies for women in reentry has helped empower women to regain their lives with effective cognitive behavioral therapy and trauma treatment significantly improving their day-to-day living and personal relationships.
Jacqueline also recently founded Criminal Justice Cafe, a podcast to educate communities about the realities of the criminal justice system and help change the stigma of justice impacted individuals. Jacqueline has over 25 years’ experience as a professional with proven success in mentoring, therapeutic environments, criminal justice reentry and real estate environments. Her experience working with trauma culminated after spending almost a year in Danbury Federal Prison Camp for Women. She has since dedicated herself to Criminal Justice Reform and Reentry services with a special focus on trauma and reentry services for women relating to incarceration. Jacqueline is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers, American Sociological Association, and The American Land Title Association and speaks at conferences and symposiums throughout the country regarding white-collar crime.