100 Black Women of Atlanta Honors Jackson Communications
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Audraine Jackson founded Jackson Communications, a marketing communications business more than twenty years ago. She is often referred to as the TV fictional character “Olivia Pope” for her ability to solve a problem for clients. A native Atlantan, she grew up as the child of an entrepreneur father and a civil rights activist mother. She entered the University of Georgia a year early graduating in only three years with much recognition earning awards, media and leadership experience. Her degree is from the highly ranked Grady College of Journalism, a school that required a second layer of acceptance after enrolling. She spent her early years as a broadcast journalist in national and local markets before pursuing a career in marketing communications. She is an industry award winning marketing communications professional and a visionary thinker who relies on a mixture of research, instincts and logic to obtain measureable results. She is also an excellent strategist adept at achieving client results utilizing planning and management skills for communications projects, programs and campaigns.
Audraine’s unique ability to craft a compelling story led to success in the political arena. Over the years she’s acquired a talent for assessing strengths and weaknesses of candidates with an ability to forecast voter trends utilizing data along with prevailing conditions to strategically position a political client for victory. She is a speaker and conference presenter on communications topics and hosted a one day conference internationally teaching communications professionals about strategic thinking, business writing, public relations, media relations and integrated marketing. She has served on various boards in leadership roles including the local and regional board of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). Audraine is the recipient of several awards and honors and was recently featured in the Washington Post for her opinions on the Georgia primary election in a print/digital story titled “Audraine’s Choice”. For more information, go to www.jacksoncomatl.com.
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