Jacqueline Moloney Jacqueline Moloney is Executive Vice Chancellor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In that role, she is also a member of the Chancellor's Executive Cabinet. Moloney is known for her leadership in online education, innovation in curriculum and instruction, entrepreneurship and assessment. After founding the Centers for Learning and the Faculty Teaching Center at UMass Lowell, she went on to redesign its traditional continuing education program into a highly successful professional education program known for its quality, responsiveness to students and business and for its high caliber online education programs.

Under her leadership, UMass Lowell’s online programs developed a national reputation for its quality and received two prestigious awards from the Sloan Consortium for Outstanding Faculty Development and Outstanding Institution-wide Programming. In addition, she herself received the 2009 award for the Most Outstanding Achievement in Online Learning by an individual. She has crafted numerous innovative partnerships with business and industry that have yielded impressive results for the Lowell campus.

As a member of the Board of Directors for the Sloan Consortium of Asynchronous Learning Networks, Moloney has served as a contributor to the national dialogue on the emergence of online learning programs. She has served as a member of numerous professional organizations including the AACU, and the American Association of Higher Education and is on the Board of Directors for the Merrimack Valley Venture Forum.

Moloney has authored numerous articles on the development and assessment of online programs, the use of technologies in the classroom; cross-disciplinary approaches to curriculum reform; and the organizational reform of higher education. She is committed to community involvement and has served on numerous civic boards including the Greater Lowell Community Foundation, House of Hope, Girls Inc. and Whistler House.
Moloney holds an Ed.D. in Leadership from UMass Lowell.