Kyle Jackson is the Georgia state director for the National Federation of Independent Business, Georgia’s and the nation’s leading small business association.
He represents the interests of NFIB/Georgia members in Atlanta, serving in that capacity since December 2010. His responsibilities include overseeing small business grassroots activity in Georgia, serving as NFIB/Georgia’s media spokesperson and helping to identify and support pro–small business candidates.
Jackson, a graduate of The Ohio State University, previously served as assistant legislative director and assistant state director with NFIB/Ohio. Before becoming state director of NFIB/Georgia, Jackson was the state’s member support manager. He was involved in managing the grassroots activism for NFIB’s public policy program as well as planning and implementing the political program for Georgia.