Jacinda Euler was raised on a farm in the South Burnett and was educated at Goomeri State School and Ipswich Girls Grammar School. Jacinda completed a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Queensland and was a resident at Emmanuel College from 1987-1988.
Immediately after graduation, Jacinda worked in advertising in San Francisco and Sydney before returning to UQ to pursue a career in education. After completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Education, she was Head of History at Kenmore State High School and then became a teacher and Head of House at Brisbane Girls Grammar School. Leadership positions at Pymble Ladies College and SCECGS Redlands in Sydney followed. Jacinda completed a Masters in Educational Leadership and, in April 2013, returned to Brisbane Girls Grammar School as Principal.