Community Involvement

"Those devoted and dedicated individuals who touch lives and minds"

During the celebratory event about Jackson’s life held in July 2014, friends, family, and former students recalled the active social life Jackson led. “She was known as a community supporter with a special interest in the health of Lancaster City and [the] causes that could advance African Americans.”  

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Community Involvement 

Assistant Director of Upward Bound Program hosted at Franklin and Marshall College 

Harrisburg District African Methodist Church District Supervisor 

Lancaster NAACP Education Committee Chair 

Co-Coordinator of City-Wide Contest on Black History for grades 3-12 

Lancaster City Housing Committee Region IV (Served as Vice-Chair or Chair for four years) 

Urban League Guild Member 

Career Women’s Civic Club Advisor and Coordinator 

Girls’ Services Inc. Officer 

Bethel AME Church Mentor Program Chairperson 



Writing and Directing Plays 


Line Dancing 


Avidly competing in Scrabble