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Fostering Culture

Shane Jackson, President, Jackson Healthcare

Utilizing concepts discussed in his recently released book, "Fostering Culture: A Leader's Guide to Purposefully Shaping Culture", Shane Jackson will discuss the journey of Jackson Healthcare as he learned what culture is, what drives it in a company or a team, and how every leader can purposefully foster the culture of the groups they lead.

Following his presentation, Shane will be available for book signing. Guests can purchase their copy of "Fostering Culture: A Leader's Guide to Purposefully Shaping Culture" here.

Thursday, March 7, 2019, from 7-9 a.m.
7:00 a.m. - Check-in, networking, breakfast
7:35 a.m. - Presentation
8:45 a.m. - Q&A
ROAM Dunwoody
1155 Mount Vernon Hwy, Unit 800, Atlanta, GA 30338


Shane Jackson is president of Jackson Healthcare, a family of 16 companies and 1,300 associates specializing in temporary and permanent healthcare staffing.

Since taking the role in 2013, Jackson has consistently led the nearly $1 billion private enterprise to more than double the industry’s annual growth rate. 

Jackson has also served as president of LocumTenens.com, Patient Placement Systems and NextStart Capital. He has been named among the 100 most influential people in the staffing industry by Staffing Industry Analysts and as one of the most accomplished young business leaders in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. 

He is a primary guiding force for Jackson Healthcare’s mission of improving the delivery of patient care and the lives of everyone it touches. Jackson champions the company’s community impact program, LoveLifts, which supports access to healthcare and the wellbeing of disadvantaged children.

In 2016, Jackson spearheaded the launch of a non-profit venture within the Jackson Healthcare family.  Connecting Kids with Care™ connects volunteer doctors and nurses to thousands of global orphans with free, tech-enabled healthcare. 

Jackson is an advocate for the power of business leaders as a positive force for people and the community. He speaks and writes on the topic, and has authored a book, “Fostering Culture,” on intentionally nurturing a values-led culture.

Jackson’s current non-profit board commitments focus on education and access to healthcare, including Junior Achievement of Atlanta, the Goodman Institute and serving as Vice Chair of the Health & Wellness Policy Committee for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. He is Vice Chairman of the state’s leader-led goBeyondProfit business initiative that promotes the belief that giving back is good for business and good for Georgia.

Jackson earned a M.B.A. from Emory University, and a B.B.A from Harding University.  He and his wife reside in Alpharetta, Georgia, with their three children.