Lorie D. Jackson

Lorie D. Jackson

United States of America
Trip: 
New York, New York

Lorie currently serves on the board of directors as treasurer for the Community Healing Network, a position she has held since 2017. The Community Healing Network is designed to bring about the emotional emancipation of people of African descent through a global grassroots movement and the establishment of dedicated meeting places that cultivate emotional healing and self-realization.

Before joining the Community Healing Network, Lorie worked at ExxonMobil for more than two decades, where she served as government relations manager for the Mid-Atlantic region from 2013-2017 and the outreach manager of the Appalachian region for an ExxonMobil subsidiary from 2011-2013. 

Lorie is responsible for launching ExxonMobil’s Women’s Economic Opportunity initiative in 2006. As manager of the initiative from 2006-2011, Lorie developed global partnerships with organizations, including Vital Voices, with a proven track records in training women in valuable business and leadership skills, running global networks and ultimately in improving the economic outcomes of women in parts of the world where the company does business.

Lorie has also held positions of leadership on multiple boards, including the Coalition for Economic Opportunities, Spaulding for Children, Vital Voices, Houston Area Women’s Network and Junior Achievement. 

Lorie received her bachelor of arts degree in economics from Wellesley College, her master’s in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and her MBA from Stanford.