Mike Jackson Joins State Chamber

The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced today that former Representative Mike Jackson is joining its staff. Jackson will serve as Vice President of Strategic Partners.

Jackson served House District 40, covering most of the city of Enid, since 2005. During his term of service, he served as Chairman of the House Aerospace Committee and was elected by his peers as House Majority Whip and most recently as Speaker Pro Tempore.

“Mike Jackson has a proven track record of supporting the business community in the legislature and a strong connection with rural Oklahoma. We are excited to bring his expertise to the State Chamber,” said Fred Morgan, president and CEO of the State Chamber.

Jackson’s role will include assisting the Government Affairs and Political Affairs staff and overseeing grassroots efforts for the State Chamber.

“Throughout my legislative career I have seen the great work that the State Chamber does to make Oklahoma a better place to do business,” said Jackson. “I’m honored to be a part of the team that continues that success.”

Before running for office, Jackson served as a field representative for U.S. Senator James Inhofe and as Public Information Officer for the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture. He holds a B.S. degree from Oklahoma State University in Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources in Agricultural Communications. He currently lives in Enid with his wife Cara and their two daughters.

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