Jacqueline Stevens has been a small business entrepreneur for 40 years. Her business career began as a general contractor in Scottsdale, Arizona followed by a successful 20-year career in Colorado and Nevada real estate. She has been involved in several non-profit organizations including the Bridge Project in Denver, which provides access to learning centers, after school programs, mentors, tutors, and outward bound for low-income families. She also worked with Pegasus, a program providing horse therapy for the handicapped, and remains a strong supporter of Project Cure which provides medical equipment to impoverished countries throughout the world. Jacqueline became involved in alternative health in 2008 and opened an Alternative Health & Accelerated Fitness Studio in 2011 in the Denver area. This became her passion and she is still involved in helping those in the Bitterroot Valley obtain optimal health.