Michael A. Jackson
ABOUT SENATOR JACKSON
A lifelong public servant, Michael A. Jackson gained executive management and leadership experience during his twenty-two years with the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office. These skills sustained him while serving over five years as Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #112 President and through his eight years as the elected Sheriff for Prince George’s County (2002-2010).
A recipient of numerous honors and awards, Jackson’s name was entered into the Congressional Record for having established the first 24/7 Domestic Violence Intervention Unit in the Mid-Atlantic Region. He has also directed the Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute, the Leadership Development Institute, and the Maryland Sheriffs’ Association.
A THRIVING CAREER
Elected to the Maryland General Assembly in 2014, Jackson served as the State Delegate for Legislative District 27B from 2015 to 2021. While a member of the House of Delegates, he sat on the Appropriations Committee and ascended to the position of Vice Chairman in 2020. In January 2021, Jackson was appointed to the State Senate for Legislative District 27 where he now serves as a member of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee.
A former United States Marine, Jackson is an alumnus of The Johns Hopkins University (M.S., Management), DeVry University (B.S., Technical Management/Electronic Engineering Technology), and St. Mary’s Seminary & University (Graduate Certificate, Biblical Studies). Professionally he serves as the Deputy Director for Administration and Support Services with the Prince George’s County Office of Homeland Security and as an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland University College and an Assistant Professor at DeVry University.
Michael believes in:
Enhancement of Teacher Pension
Enhance of Curriculum
Enhancement of ACA
Eliminate Substance Abuse
Retirement Tax Incentive
Transparency in Public Safety
Restoration of Chesapeake Bay
Alternative Energy Sources
Transportation, Roads, Bridges Etc
Reconstruction of Education Facilities
Small Business Tax Incentives
Agriculture, Job Training, and Education