Jackson resides in Beaconsfield Old Town after moving from Pimlico, Central London, with his family.
As a barrister, he has practised law in Central London for over fourteen years, with a focus on civil and commercial litigation. He also holds accreditation as a mediator.
His professional experience extends to a role as an international senior executive in a global consulting firm based in Central London, where he advised C-suite executives on geopolitics and corporate reputation. Additionally, Jackson has spent over six years in a political advisory capacity within Parliament.
Elected as the Unitary Councillor for Beaconsfield at Buckinghamshire Council in 2021, Jackson serves on the Strategic Sites Committee and has previously been a part of the Finance & Resources Select Committee.
Jackson's commitment to his local community is further demonstrated through his role on the Beaconsfield Town Council, where he has served since 2017, including a term as Deputy Mayor from 2021 to 2023, and is currently the Mayor of Beaconsfield.
His concerns include crime rates, anti-social behaviour, environmental issues, housing, and the preservation of Green Belt land.
Since 2013, Jackson has held various elected and appointed positions within the Conservative Party. He started as a member and activist with the Cities of London & Westminster Conservative Association (CLWCA), where he chaired the previous Tachbrook Ward from 2015 to 2016.
As an effective party mobiliser, Jackson demonstrates exceptional leadership in galvanising party members and supporters for collective action towards shared goals. This leadership was further evident when he moved to Beaconsfield, where he was elected as Deputy Chair (Political) of Beaconsfield Constituency Conservative Association (BCCA) from 2017 to 2018 before becoming its Chairman from 2019 to 2021.
His political engagement also includes standing as a Parliamentary Candidate in the 2015 and 2017 General Elections and involvement with the Conservative Party's Policy Forum as its Deputy Director and the Conservative Friends of the Chinese as its Director.
Fluent in four languages, Jackson's international perspective is enriched by his experiences living in Singapore, Australia, and The Netherlands.