Dr. Jacqueline Buckley is a native of the Seattle area, having been born in the city, she was raised in Kent. A graduate of Kent-Meridian High School, with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Biology from Clark Atlanta University. Dr. Buckley holds a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree from New York College of Podiatric Medicine and attended residencies at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY and South Jersey Regional Center in Vineland, NJ.


Dr. Buckley has over 15 years of diverse experience and extensive training in foot and ankle surgery, Podiatric medicine, and wound care. Dr. Buckley has performed research on Cadaveric Achilles Tendon Transplantation, Tendon Repair, and Amnion. As the owner and Chief Medical Officer for Roka Foot and Ankle Centers, she uses her training for the management of fractures, common sports injuries and foot and ankle ailments. Dr. Buckley is on staff at Kindred Hospital and Providence Regional Medical Center. 


Dr. Buckley is active in her community and in addition to her medical practice, she lectures on Diabetic foot care and management. Dr. Buckley proudly sits on the WA state board of Podiatric Medicine. She is a founding member and Chairperson of the executive board for a Seattle based track team. Dr. Buckley also served on the sidelines as the team doctor for a local youth football team. 


Dr. Buckley also holds a certification in Evidence Based Executive Coaching from Fielding Graduate University where she coaches and consults thought leaders with such as Microsoft executives, Grammy Award nominated recording artists and entrepreneurs.