Commissioner Jacqueline Romer-Sensky of Westerville brings more than 24 years of executive leadership, policymaking and management experience to RSC. As president of a private consulting firm, she focuses on advancing organizational leadership, strategic initiatives and collaborative enterprises. Romer-Sensky previously served as director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, deputy chief of staff for Ohio Governor George Voinovich, president of the State Controlling Board in the Ohio Office of Budget and Management and director of communications for the Ohio House of Representatives Republican Caucus. Romer-Sensky earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Ohio University and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from the Graduate Institute of Connecticut. She also completed Harvard University's Senior Executive in State and Local Government Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. Currently, Romer-Sensky is on the Board of Columbus Early Learning Centers and is a member of the School Readiness Solutions Group. She was reappointed to a seven-year term concluding in September 2013.