Jacqueline Medina Green
Jacqueline Itzel Medina Green (b. 1995) graduated from Central Washington University in 2019 with degrees in Vocal Performance and Music Education. During her time at Central, Jacqueline studied voice performance with Dr. Blaisdell, sang in the CWU Chamber Choir under Dr. Gary Weidenaar, Vocal Jazz 1 under Vijay Singh, the CWU Opera Ensemble, and Mariachi del Centro.
As a performer, Jacqueline sang two solo recitals, and worked as a cantor at St. Andrew Catholic Church during her time in Ellensburg, WA. She has also performed as a chorus member in the CWU opera ensemble, where she appeared in Mozart’s The Magic Flute and Vaughan Williams’ Riders to the Sea. Jacqueline also played the roles of the Girl in Michael Torke’s Strawberry Fields and Fiametta in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers.
Jacqueline currently resides in Moses Lake with her husband, Nelson Green. She is a full-time elementary music teacher at Garden Heights Elementary, and is currently pursuing a Masters in Music Education through Eastern Washington University. Aside from graduate studies and teaching, Jacqueline is an active performer with the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers. She enjoys singing, spending time with family, and going to Zumba classes.