Corey Jackson

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Corey Jackson currently serves as Assistant to the President/Director of the Office of Equity and Diversity Services.

Prior to joining George Mason University, Mr. Jackson served as the Director for Diversity and Inclusion for three years at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Mr. Jackson was instrumental in developing the first diversity and inclusion department at the NCAA. His work in that department focused on developing and implementing strategies, policies and programs that will facilitate a diverse and inclusive environment in intercollegiate athletics. At the NCAA, He also served for three years as an Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Reinstatement where he issued disciplinary decisions and argued appeals at administrative hearings regarding the athletic eligibility for student-athletes who violated NCAA legislation.

Mr. Jackson came to the NCAA from Washington, DC where he was employed as Legislative Counsel for a member of the United States House of Representatives. He also served as a contract attorney in the antitrust department at a law firm in Washington.

Mr. Jackson earned his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech University and his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law. He is originally from Houston, Texas and is on the board of the Virginia-North Carolina Alliance For Minority Participation and a member of the Maryland Bar; National Association of College and University Attorneys; American Association for Affirmative Action; Maryland State Bar Association; American Bar Association; and, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.