About Elizabeth Jackson
Elizabeth R. Jackson is Research Associate serving on the Postsecondary and Qualitative Research teams. Her career as an educator situates her as a postsecondary pathways scholar-practitioner whose work centers access and equity in K-12 and postsecondary education. She has extensive experience in developing and evaluating evidence-based college access programs that supports postsecondary educational attainment for Black and Brown students and students from low-income communities.
Jackson began her career as a school counselor, working with high school students in Washington D.C. Later she went on to implement postsecondary transition programming for first-generation college students.