An award winning coach, principal, and national nonprofit executive, Roger Jackson is a champion of equity and opportunity for those historically denied.
An experienced visionary, systems architect, and difference-maker, he has made major impact on the lives of individuals and organizations on the local, state, and national levels as a teacher; coach; high school principal; higher education administrator; congressional chief of staff; and non-profit executive with numerous organizations.
Jackson is a native of Philadelphia and member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. He holds degrees from Kutztown University (Bachelors) where he was an honors student-athlete; Temple University (Masters); Lehigh University (Masters); and has completed all doctoral coursework at Seton Hall University.
He is the founding principal of Paul Robeson High School (Philadelphia), and is a member of the John Bartram High School Hall of Fame.
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