Rasheda Jackson is an experienced Program Manager specializing in parks, recreation, and conservation. Following high school, the Virginia native began working for the Suffolk Parks & Recreation Department.
After relocating to California, she resumed working in community services and was soon inspired to pursue higher education in the field at Northern Arizona University, then gaining an interest in conservation.
Known to be resourceful and dependable, Rasheda’s mission is to use her skills in program management, project planning, and community engagement to effect change in the areas she works by introducing the youth of underserved communities to opportunities in green careers. When she isn’t managing environmentally-led initiatives, the quiet observer enjoys reading, watching documentaries, and physical fitness.