Jacqueline Peart is an ordained minister, businesswoman, author, mentor, trainer, speaker and active advocate for living and leading in wholeness. She is the founder of Jacqueline Peart International Ministries (JPIM), the home of the International Wholeness Centre (IWC) and The Wholeness Academy, which, combined, helps thousands around the globe to find and live a life of wholeness through Jesus Christ.

Jacqueline is known for her ‘keeping it real’, anointed and dynamic preaching style, a gift that in 2009 led to her being recognised as one of the UK’s leading women preachers by Keep the Faith Magazine, and, in 2017, one of the UK’s leading black women of influence. To-date, Jacqueline Peart has authored 11 books, including six in the ‘Inspirations for…’ series, and the highly successful Can I Keep It Real? 365 Real Life Insights and Inspirations for Everyday Living devotional; and her most recent inspired and timely work, A S.A.F.E Place Journal for Women.

As well as running her own management consultancy for over 25 years, working with organisations that include, local authorities, NHS, Shelter, Deloitte, UNICEF UK, CIPFA and more. Jacqueline serves on a number of leadership and oversight boards that include: The Cinnamon Network Advisory Council and Reformation3 Network of Churches and Ministries. She is also an Ambassador for Compassion UK children’s charity.

Above all, Jacqueline Peart is a woman who loves the Lord with all her heart! She is also a ‘family girl’ at heart: despite her busy travelling and working schedule she still finds time to have fun, enjoy life, socialise and play games such as Monopoly, Scrabble and Wordscape. Apparently, she is the family’s reigning Scrabble champion (though word on the street says it’s actually her sister, Marcia!)