Jackson is the Vice-President, Sustainability and Strategy for Schneider Electric, East Asia and Japan. In this role, Jackson works with customers to understand their sustainability and climate change commitments and collaborates with them to develop actions to achieve their decarbonization targets. He is experienced in energy efficiency programs, microgrid solution, power distribution and automation, which are instrumental in driving the reduction of CO2 emission for customers.
Prior to joining Schneider Electric in 2006, Jackson worked for various multi-national companies; Yokogawa, Woodward Governor and General Electric, with increasing business size and responsibilities from 1996 to 2006. Jackson has gained extensive business operation experience through various regional and global positions in industrial automation and energy management sales, marketing and services roles with these MNCs.
Jackson graduated as an electrical engineer major in instrumentation and control from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He also obtained a Master of Science degree, majoring in Power Engineering, from National University of Singapore (NUS), Master of Business Administration from University of Nottingham (NU), and Advanced Certificate in Sustainability and Sustainable Business from Singapore Management University (SMU).
Jackson is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt (General Electric) and Master Black Belt (Schneider Electric).