Jackson is a government services manager at HORNE where he serves as the deputy director for the ReBuild NC Program, a state government program aimed at providing federal assistance to North Carolina communities impacted by Hurricanes Matthew and Florence. His responsibilities include facilities management, personnel management, policy review and analysis, and contract management. Jackson’s desire to build more resilient communities fuels his commitment to fulfilling client needs.
Prior to joining HORNE, Jackson served on the leadership team of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Response Organization, which was responsible for coordinating the efforts of the Emergency Support Function #12 – Energy Program. In this role, Jackson worked closely with other disaster recovery specialists to protect energy infrastructure assets in areas with a high risk for natural disasters.
Jackson earned a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology from Wake Forest University and a Master of Arts in Global Environmental Policy from the American University School of International Service.
- Association of Energy Engineers, Business Energy Professional
- Project Management Institute