Ms. Jackson has worked as a creative exhibit designer, interpretive master planner, and interior architectural designer for over twenty-seven years. She is currently the Principal and Senior Designer at The Jackson Design Group. Examples of projects includeDiscovering the Civil Warat the National Archives and Records Administration and the Sewall-Belmont House, both in Washington, DC; the reinstallation of the Hall of African Culture and theAmerican Presidency: A Glorious Burdenexhibit, both at the Smithsonian Institution. She also serves as project designer in collaboration with other design firms. Recent projects range from the Discovery Park of America, Tennessee (with Thinc Design), to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Ohio (with Jack Rouse Associates) and the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail Visitor Center, Alabama (with Amaze Design). Prior to establishing her own design firm, she was previously employed as a senior designer with Gallagher & Associates and George Sexton Associates. She has also served Corcoran students and faculty as a reviewer for Exhibition Design Studio II and final Thesis presentations. Ms. Jackson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia.