Jacqueline Beltgens is a former Law Professor from the Beijing Foreign Students University. She has been in-house counsel and in private practice in Vancouver and Victoria with a broad background in civil and administrative law. Active in her community, Ms. Beltgens is currently a member of the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal and the B.C. Mental Health Review Board. Previously, she was a member with the Saanich Police Board and the Victoria Foundation for B.C. Children's Hospital. Ms. Beltgens is currently a board member of Restorative Justice Victoria, and a member of the Law Society of British Columbia. She completed her mediation training at Harvard Law School's Program on negotiation in 2019. Ms. Beltgens attended the University of British Columbia for undergraduate studies in international relations and obtained a Juris Doctor in Law. She also has a Diploma of Technology (Engineering) from the B.C. Institute of Technology.