Brenda Jackson

Brenda earned her B.A. in Health Science and Policy from the University of Maryland and an M.Ed. in Human Development from George Washington University.  She recently retired from the Department of Juvenile Justice as a Training and Curriculum Developer.  She has also worked in the Adult and Continuing Education Department as a GED instructor for Chesterfield County.  Brenda enjoys traveling, reading and especially connecting with people.  She is extremely excited to have the opportunity to help students successfully navigate the path to a post-secondary education.

In addition to her role as an advisor, Brenda also coordinates GRASP's Education Improvement Scholarship Program (EISP).