Alvin B. Jackson, Jr.

 

Alvin B. Jackson, Jr. Alvin Jackson spent 18 years of his career working in Washington, D.C. helping organizations achieve their objectives in our nation’s capital whether it was among the executive or legislative branch. This notion of all problems being solved in Washington, DC is contrary to the vision our Father Fathers set for this great nation through the US Constitution. Mr. Jackson’s experience in Washington, DC prompted him to seek a better solution to our nation’s problems, which led him to the Thomas Jefferson Center for Constitutional Restoration. His time serving in the Navy and Washington, DC has created within him a deep love for this country and the freedoms afforded to us all, as citizens. Unfortunately, those freedoms are being eroded every day and what kind of nation we leave our children is in question. Mr. Jackson’s efforts through the Thomas Jefferson Center will hopefully make a difference among our current leaders, of which he has constant contact. Additionally, his strong desire to teach our young people about the greatness of this nation and inspire them regarding their role in preserving our freedoms is paramount. Alvin Jackson currently serves as Principal of his own consulting firm.  Strategic counsel is provided in the areas of national & homeland security, foreign affairs policy, renewable energy, and aviation/transportation. He also helps these entities in the areas of business development, sales, and forming strategic relationships with like-minded organizations. Before going back into the world of consulting, Mr. Jackson served as Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Insitu, Inc. with responsibility for company sales, marketing and government relations. Insitu, Inc., located in Bingen, Washington, is now a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company. Insitu, Inc. specializes in the design, development and production of small autonomous aircraft for Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance in both military and commercial aviation applications. Tremendous growth in revenue occurred under the leadership of Mr. Jackson, as sales went from $84 million to $254 million in his tenure. Prior to joining Insitu, Inc., Mr. Jackson served as Principal of his own consulting firm in Washington, D.C., which specialized in helping its clients achieve their objectives in Washington, D.C. There he provided strategic counsel on matters involving national security, foreign affairs policy, homeland security, aviation/transportation, and business development. Before forming his own company, Mr. Jackson served as Director, Legislative Affairs for the Boeing Company where he primarily worked on issues concerning defense, foreign military sales, national security and commercial aviation. His career in Washington, D.C.began 18 years ago at the General Aviation Manufacturer’s Association where he represented manufacturers of general aviation aircraft, engines, avionics and component parts. During his tenure at GAMA, Mr. Jackson helped garner enacted the General Aviation Revitalization Act (1994), which enabled the general aviation industry, decimated by product liability, to re-open their production lines and hire 25,000 people over a 5-year period. Mr. Jackson has a BS degree in Aviation Business Administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Jackson received the Embry-Riddle Graduateof the Last Decade Award 2000, the Distinguished Graduate Award from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, and mentors young people in a variety of settings. He also serves on the Embry Riddle University’s President’s Advisory Board; and Brigham YoungUniversity’s Marriot Business School National Advisory Committee. He also serves on the executive committee and faculty for The Thomas Jefferson Center for Constitutional Restoration. Mr. Jackson resides in Lehi, UT with his wife, Juleen and their 5 young children; Kayla (15); Franklin (12); Mary Alice (11); Alvin III (7); and Marie (3).

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