Jackson | Spalding
Glen Jackson co-founded Jackson Spalding in 1995. He provides leadership for the agency, many of its clients and also serves as a speaker for organizations looking for inspiration. Glen is the author of the book Preeminence: What It Means and How to Sustain It.
Glen serves on the board of directors for the World War II Foundation, USO Georgia (executive committee), Atlanta Sports Council, and Street Grace. He also serves on the advisory boards for No Longer Bound, Eagle Ranch and Growing Leaders. An Atlanta native, he is a member of the Atlanta Rotary Club and has served on its board of directors. In 2013, Atlanta Rotary voted to honor Glen with the Ivan Allen Club Service Award for his life-long dedication to community service and leadership as committee chair for the club's 100th anniversary celebration. Glen's dedication to not-for-profits has included previous board service for the Chick-fil-A Bowl, Atlanta Mission (past board chair), the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Atlanta Youth Academy (past vice-chair), Eagle Ranch, Atlanta Boys & Girls Clubs and the Inner City-Atlanta chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is also an alumni of Leadership Georgia (class of 2003).
Glen graduated cum laude from Washington and Lee University, where he played soccer. He now serves on the advisory board for the Williams School of Commerce, Economics and Politics at Washington and Lee University.
Glen and his wife, Claire, have three grown children and remain very committed to their various interests.