Jacqui was first elected in 2011 and is the Cabinet member for Housing and City Assets.
She has also worked as a Governor or Bantock Primary School and former Board Member of The Haven Charity.
She was educated at St Peter’s School and The University of Nottingham, later taking her Masters degree at Wolverhampton University.
Jacqui presently works as a consultant, helping charities and others to work more effectively with government. She was also the Constituency Manager for the local Labour MEPs Neena Gill and Simon Murphy.
Jacqui says, “I am passionate to raise the profile of Wolverhampton as an enterprising and innovative place to live and invest.
Our regular Down Your Way posters enable me to have direct contact with residents, keeping me in touch with local issues and people, so I can help them directly.
With my business and management experience I have a wealth of skills and knowledge to help represent Graiseley.
I will continue to work closely with our two other Graiseley Labour Councillors to do my best for local residents.”
Click here to see which committees Jacqui serves on at City of Wolverhampton Council, a list of any outside bodies Jacqui attends in her capacity as Councillor and details of Cllr Sweetman’s Advice Surgeries. In addition to her ward surgeries Cllr Sweetman holds women’s only surgeries. Further details on these can be sent on application.
Contact your councillor
Labour Member’s Room, 3rd Floor Civic Centre,
St Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton, WV1 1RG