Jackson is vice president of Issues Management Group’s healthcare practice. Through an integrated approach that leverages writing, media relations, social media, and speaking engagements, Jackson leads communications for several of the firm’s prominent healthcare and mission-focused clients, helping them earn the visibility and recognition they deserve across a wide spectrum of audiences.
Jackson has secured coverage in key regional and national outlets including NPR, The Boston Globe, Boston Business Journal, and Education Week in addition to securing and managing high-profile speaking opportunities such as SXSWedu, the Education Writers Association National Seminar, and TEDxBeaconStreet. He has helped clients place op-eds, letters to the editor, and contributed commentary in publications such as The Boston Globe Magazine, Newsweek, The New York Times, Inside Philanthropy, Non-profit Quarterly, WBUR Cognoscenti, Fast Company, and Boston Business Journal.
Prior to joining the agency, Jackson worked with New York City-based BerlinRosen Public Affairs in the firm’s NY/Regional Public Affairs Division where he conducted media outreach for a variety of non-profit clients. Jackson has also interned with Jane Doe Inc., the Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, and the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. Jackson earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Connecticut College, where he interned with the College’s Office of Sexual Violence Prevention & Advocacy. His writing about the history of summer vacationing in the United States has been published in Time and History News Network.