Joe W. Jackson is a retired international banker with a Master of General Administration Degree in business from the University of Maryland. He also has undergraduate degrees from Campbell University and Columbia Union College with a minor in religious studies. He has worked in finance and domestic and international banking positions for 41 years. He retired from public service in 2002 as the Managing Director of the Claims and Recoveries Section of the Asset Management Division of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the official export Agency of the U. S. Government in Washington, DC. During his international banking career, he traveled extensively in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and in Latin America.
As a convert of 41 years to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he has held many callings. He served as bishop of the Carrollton Ward in the Silver Spring, Maryland stake from 1992 to 1997. He has also served as: a temple ordinance worker, a stake high councilor for two stakes in Maryland, a Bishop's Counselor to two bishops, a High Priest Group Leader, Young Men's President, Ward Mission Leader, Stake Missionary, Gospel Doctrine Teacher, Marriage and Family Relations Teacher, and as an Institute Teacher. After retirement, he served for three years in Maryland and two years in Cache Valley, Utah as a Regional Welfare Specialist. As of the date of this publication, he and his wife are serving as LDS Church Service Missionary Coordinators for Northern Utah, Southern Idaho, and Western Wyoming.
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