"Mr. Jackson is responsible for developing and strengthening relationships with partners and donors and maximizing the visibility of PATH’s work. He has more than 20 years of experience working internationally.
"Before joining PATH in 2006, Mr. Jackson was senior vice president at World Vision US, where he was responsible for supporting external relations, key partnerships, community relations, and strategic initiatives for fundraising, programs, and constituency-building. He led as many as 200 employees and managed a fundraising portfolio of more than $60 million. He also oversaw the HIV/AIDS Advocacy and Fundraising “Hope Initiative” tour to 18 cities across the United States.
"From 1997 to 2000, Mr. Jackson served as president and managing director of APCO Seattle, a worldwide public affairs and strategic communications consulting firm. In 1989, he founded TRADEC Trade and Development Consortium, one of the first marketing and communications firms in North America to specialize in international trade promotion, technology transfer, and market access. Mr. Jackson has managed a number of successful regional and national advocacy and fundraising campaigns.
"Mr. Jackson is an active member of Rotary International and serves on several national boards, including that of Global Impact. He was a founding member of the management committee of the ONE Campaign to Make Poverty History.
"Mr. Jackson received his MBA from the University of Edinburgh School of International Business, where he attended as a Rotary International Ambassador Scholar." 
Resources and articles
- Executive leadership, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health, accessed November 16, 2010.