Jaclyn Jackson is the SVP chief human resources officer at National Equity Fund, Inc. Jackson’s 12 years of recruiting and strategic planning experience provides her with the tools to work closely with NEF’s executive leadership team and staff to effectively oversee human resources responsibilities for about 175 employees.
Jackson most recently served as vice president of human resources for the Helping Hand Center, a 300-person organization serving disabled children and adults in the south suburbs of Chicago. There, she developed strategic plans related to the organization’s core mission, values, culture, succession planning, headcount management, compliance, and financial accountability.
Earlier in her career, Jackson was assistant director of human resources at SOS Children’s Villages Illinois, which serves foster children in the Chicago area, and worked to support corporate clients at the National Able Network, helping companies determine and fulfill their staffing needs.
Jackson has an MBA as well as a master’s degree in human resources from Keller School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from DeVry University.