Jacquelyn Aluotto

CEO / Director /  Producer

Jacquelyn Aluotto is a producer, director, and activist dedicated to saving shelters for homeless people through the eradication of poverty, violence and abuse across America.

 

Over the years, Jacquelyn has developed strong connections with many different victims, social workers, directors, advocates, lawyers, judges, and caring individuals who are all involved personally or professionally in the cause for domestic violence.

 

The Socially Conscious Fashionista

Labeled ‘The Socially Conscious Fashionista’, Jacquelyn is a constant face on popular TV shows, and also hosts a web show Real Beauty Real Women, making giving back look glamorous with exclusive interviews of celebrity and red carpet charity events. She has presented at numerous colleges and universities. She has received congressional recognition for her work. She is the recipient of many awards to name a few the B.O.S.S. "Influencer" Award, Winnie Mandela Award, Community Service Award, and was a finalist in the Russel Berrie Foundation’s People Making A Difference Award.

 

Real Beauty Real Women, RBRW, was created for the "socially conscious fashionista," bridging the gap between those fashion forward visitors who love the glamour and excitement of the entertainment & fashion worlds, and those who want to become more socially active.

 

 

Jacquelyn on LinkedIn

JAC@PICKITUPPICTURES.COM

 

Jacquelyn's Companies:

 

Real Beauty Real Women

~ RBRW.ORG

 

Break The Cycle - NJ Nonprofit

~ Break The Cycle  - New Jersey

About Jacquelyn

BIOGRAPHY

Jacquelyn Aluotto is a producer, director, and activist dedicated to saving shelters for homeless people through the eradication of poverty, violence and abuse across America. Jacquelyn created, produced, and directed three new shows proving that making a difference is entertaining and inspiring. She is the go to girl for celebrities who want to be featured on her shows and highlight their causes. She directed and produced the Award Winning Documentary “Not In My Backyard” with never seen before powerful footage of abused and homeless women and children. In 2012 NIMBY screened in Washington and received a standing ovation at "The World's Women Conference Of Shelters."

 

 

In 2010 Jacquelyn was voted a top 10 CEO woman in America. She is the founder and creator of RBRW.ORG, Pick It Up! Pictures and her non-profit - Break The Cycle. Jacquelyn's main focus and dream is to inspire people through Socially Conscious Entertainment to make a difference and give back.

 

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