Warren Averett’s Amy Jackson, a Client Administrator for Warren Averett Workplace, has been selected for Birmingham Business Journal’s (BBJ) Who’s Who in Nonprofits 2022 list through her work with the Junior League of Birmingham (JLB). The BBJ’s Who’s Who in Nonprofits list honors the nonprofits and their leaders who have left a mark on the city.
The Junior League of Birmingham (JLB) is an organization of women in the Birmingham community who are committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the actions and leadership of trained volunteers. It is one of the largest volunteer service organizations in Alabama, with approximately 2,000 members. These volunteers contribute more than 55,000 hours of service annually.
Jackson is heavily involved with the JLB, where she serves as the current president. Throughout her time with the JLB, she has served in different capacities, including as the governance director, the member liaison and the community vice president. She is an active member of the local Birmingham community, where she resides with her husband and three children.
“It is an honor to be recognized as part of Who’s Who in Nonprofits,” said Jackson. “My volunteer work with the Junior League Birmingham has been fulfilling, and every day presents new and rewarding experiences. I’m especially excited to serve as the 100th president and to celebrate this centennial year with our members and the community we serve.”
Jackson joined Warren Averett in 2016. Her primary responsibilities at the firm include project management, building relationships and fulfilling client needs. In addition to her work with the Junior League of Birmingham, Jackson also serves on The Bell Center for Early Intervention Programs’ board of directors, and she has previously served as the president of the Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce and the Service Guild of Birmingham.