Abakah H. Jackson, CLU
Mr. Jackson is a retired Executive Director of John Hancock Financial Services, and UNICARE Life & Health Insurance Company – a U.S. National leader in Group Life, Managed Health Insurance and related Pension / 401 K Plans. In his position as Executive Director, Mr. Jackson was responsible for the Midwestern National Clients business and the associated National Account Executives. His known leadership in large client business development was evidenced by his successive years of participation in the Annual Business Production Leaders’ Conference. In addition to significantly growing the business, he led clients in quality improvement processes that significantly improved processes and quantifiably saved costs for the client-company and his employer - John Hancock.
Mr. Jackson was presented with The John Hancock President’s Achievement Award for his process improvement results, leadership in client management and key business development. In the midst of his busy work, he also made time annually to design and conduct Client Account Management, Consulting and Marketing/Selling lectures to Deloitte &Touché Consulting managers in Ghana. He served as Director, and continues now to serve as Chairman on the Board of Gold Coast Fund Management Limited. He also served as Director on the Board of Qualtek Limited, and as a Director on the Board of the Strathmore Home Owners Association - in charge of the By-Laws &Property Use Committee.
He holds a Business Administration degree with minor in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, and is a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) from The American College in Bryn Mawr, PA. In addition to various management programs at The American Management Association (AMA), Mr. Jackson is also an alumnus of the Executive Development Programs at The Babson Professional Institute, Wellesley, MA, and at The Washington Campus, Washington DC - dedicated to The United States Federal Government Operations. Mr. Jackson is an author of The Regal Episodes, a 246 Page novel published in 2014