Work History

Work History
2010 - Present

Founder and Publisher

Pointed Arrows Publishing LLC

Pointed Arrows anticipates featuring the works of new writers, particularly ethnic authors, and those writing about cultural, social, and human rights issues.

2009 - Present

Life Coach/Speaker

Jacqui Maduneme
2006 - 2009

Director, Head of Anti-Money Laundering Compliance, Capital Markets & Alternative Investment


Head of Anti-Money Laundering ("AML") and Know-Your-Customer ("KYC") Compliance responsible for design and implementation of AML/KYC infrastructure, development of office of foreign asset controls ("OFAC") and foreign corrupt practices act ("FCPA") compliance processes, client approval, policy and procedures development, client transactions monitoring, tracking regulatory and legal developments, advising senior management on AML/KYC issues, and interfacing with regulators.

2006 - 2008

Senior Reviewer, Audit & Risk Review


Managed all aspects of legal/regulatory, strategic, investment, operational and financial risk reviews of Citigroup's Alternative Investment business with $54 billion of un-levered assets under management, including private equity, hedge funds, real estate, and infrastructure.

2004 - 2006

International Tax Director


Managed global tax projects and directed business development efforts, including new product rollouts, key account management, client relationship development and engagement negotiations.  Managed P&L responsibilities, and conducted cross-functional team training, coaching, and mentoring.

2002 - 2004

International Tax Manager


Provided tax planning and structuring for domestic/offshore funds and multinational corporations, and represented clients in administrative proceedings before the Internal Revenue Service.




New York University School of Law


Loyola University School of Law
1985 - 1988


Southern University




After being part of mass layoffs from Citigroup in 2009, Jacqueline finally slowed down her frenetic pace to reflect on where this next phase in her life would take her. She decided to pursue two of her dreams: to become an entrepreneur, and, after being urged by friends fascinated by her life story, to write her memoir. Ada's Daughter is that story.