Possessing two decades of experience as an accountant and an auditor, Jaclyn Garber contributes to several core teams in Western Hemisphere IT Operations and Governance at Xerox Corporation, in Wilsonville, Oregon. On these teams, Jaclyn Garber initiates information technology processes within the company. Her ongoing work includes the testing of the Segregation of Duties in North America each quarter. In addition, Jaclyn Garber is creating a project prioritization process known as Business Case Standardization, for which she is currently attaining Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. In her previous position within the company, Jaclyn Garber directed IT Management Operations and the Project Management Office from 2006 to 2009, establishing a common code of practice for project managers through the use of presentations and newsletters. Jaclyn Garber started at the Xerox Corporation in 2005 as an IT Controls Specialist. Before coming to Xerox Corporation, Jaclyn Garber served several companies in Oregon as a controller and a consultant. She performed a range of duties with these organizations, from bringing them into compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, to heading human resources departments and overseeing mergers and acquisitions. During her two decades of business experience, Jaclyn Garber has collaborated as a member of several teams, and also has directed staffs of up to a dozen employees. Jaclyn Garber graduated from the University of Portland in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. A versatile businesswoman, she possesses active status as a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Oregon and inactive status as a Certified Fraud Examiner and a Certified Information Technology Professional. Jaclyn Garber is a member of the Oregon Society of CPAs and a contributor to both the Oregon Cultural Trust and the Canby Public Library.