Mr. Jackson began his career in Finance in 1986 as a Financial Analyst for a regional bank. During his tenure at the bank, he also served as Investments Analyst and Assistant Vice President - Financial Services Manager. Progressing to a National Brokerage Firm in 1991, he transitioned his career to Financial Advisor to focus on both individual and institutional investors' specific needs by developing strategies that help his clients reach their financial goals.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from California State University, Chico and a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Nevada, where he earned a graduate fellowship. His thesis, A Statistical Analysis of Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Backed Securities Unscheduled Prepayments, was a forecasting model for government backed mortgage securities untimely principal repayments.
Mr. Jackson is active with Reno South Rotary Club, currently serves as Vice Chairman of the board of directors for Frontier Financial Credit Union, is a board member emeritus on the College of Business Administration Alumni Association board of directors, and serves on the Coeur du Lac Homeowners board of directors. He is also a market commentator for local media including KSUE radio.
He teaches BADM740, Financial and Monetary Economics. In this course, analytical and policy perspectives on money and the financial system, financial regulatory and supervision regimes, central bank policy, and international finance are discussed.