Jackie Morgan, Senior Education Program Manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta–Nashville Branch, is recognized as a state and national leader in personal financial education.
Morgan is a sought-after professional for her financial education expertise. She was appointed to the National Business Education Association Economics and Personal Finance Education Committee, the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission, the Nashville Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee, and the MTSU Economics and Finance Advisory Board. She also serves as board member and past 3-year president of the Tennessee Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, which was recognized by National Jump$tart as the State Coalition of the Year under her leadership. Additionally, Morgan trains educators, develops curriculum, writes articles, and conducts outreach related to personal finance, economics, and career development.
Morgan is actively involved with RUTHERFORD Cable and serves on the board of directors as President. In 2017, Morgan received the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President’s Award for Excellence, the Middle Tennessee State University Jones College of Business Exemplar Award, and the RUTHERFORD Cable Spirit of Leadership Award. Additionally, Morgan has been recognized with the Nashville Emerging Leader Award for Education and was named a “Top 40 Under 40” leader by the Nashville Business Journal. Morgan has a Master’s Degree in Business Education from Middle Tennessee State University and Bachelor’s Degrees in Public Relations and Agricultural Business & Economics from Colorado State University.