As a longtime community builder, Jack has worked tirelessly to support communities through bold advocacy and compassionate leadership. She received her bachelor’s degree in philosophy and religion at Florida State University before working at the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel, First Region as a legal assistant. In 2016, Jack was appointed to serve as a commissioner on the Tallahassee/Leon Commission on the Status of Women & Girls, where she served for three years. She has received numerous awards and honors, such as being named one of the Tallahassee Democrat’s 25 Women to Know and one of twenty Knight Foundation/8 80 Cities’ Emerging City Champions in 2017.
Jack works full-time and is a graduate student at Florida State University in urban & regional planning and public administration & policy. She is a proud union member of Graduate Assistants United and the United Faculty of Florida, both affiliates of the Florida Education Association.