As part of the Southeastern Conference's celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the conference will spotlight former student-athletes that have gone on to successful careers outside of athletics.
As a member of the Alabama Women's Basketball from 1996-2000, Jaqui Jones participated in 63 games and was a captain in 1999-2000. She led the team to three NCAA tournament appearances and was an active volunteer in community service initiatives via the Life Skills Program.
Following her collegiate career, Jones earned her medical degree at Loyola University Chicago and completed residency programs at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County and Loyola University Medical Center.
Board certified in family medicine, Jones has experience managing family medical care development, maximizing care effectiveness and mitigating risks. She remains focused on improving medical care development and evolving care initiatives.
Throughout her career, she has received acknowledgement for strengthening interdivisional collaboration and most recently, being a change agent in the area of community pandemic education.
Jaqui Jones, MD, is currently a family medicine physician with Prisma Health Family Medicine in Columbia, SC.