Jacquelyn M. Frick, a lifelong resident of New Orleans, is a graduate of Xavier University Preparatory High School and Louisiana State University at New Orleans, currently known as the University of New Orleans (B.A. Sociology, 1971). She began her professional career as a City Planner with the New Orleans City Planner Commission. During her twenty (20) years with the agency, she developed a broad knowledge and comprehension of the workings of 'Government' and gained a unique understanding and appreciation of the City, its neighborhoods and its people.. Her interest in land use and development led to a part time career in real estate in the mid 1980's. After a few years, she yielded to increasing demands and responsibilities of the job and put aside her real estate career. She was hired by the New Orleans City Council as a Principal Analyst with the Council's Utility Regulatory Office and was eventually appointed by the City Council to the position of Executive Director. In March 2001, she retired from City Government with thirty (30) years of creditable service. Upon retirement, Jacquelyn immediately resumed her career in real estate and became a full time agent with Dorian M. Bennett, Inc. Her unique knowledge of the City has benefited her greatly in reestablishing her real estate career. She is a dedicated specialist with a strong commitment to providing her clients with reliable service and professional expertise. Jacquelyn is also the principal of J M Frick & Associates, a consulting firm that provides services in various aspects of Government such as land Use matters, permitting and city processes. She also provides services to fellow Realtors and their clients by conducting in depth analysis and review of potential use of properties prior to purchase. Jacquelyn is also very involved in her community and remains active and dedicated to a number of professional and social service organizations and regularly participates in their activities.