Jackson loves coaching people to be effective leaders who create measurable social change. His passion for social justice and leadership development goes back to his days as a youth organizer in the Unitarian Universalist faith, where a core value was youth empowerment. Most recently, Jackson managed the Vote for Equality project at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, where a team of more than 800 volunteers and staff collaborated to innovate methods of voter persuasion and prejudice reduction used to help win LGBT rights campaigns across the country. Jackson has a B.A. in Art Practice from UC Berkeley and enjoys applying his creativity to flip charts and strategic problem-solving. When he is not out training managers, he is at home in Los Angeles cooking brunch with his spouse, Frankie, and their close friends and family.