Mr. Jackson is a Vice President and Principal of Wynne/Jackson, Inc. He joined Wynne/Jackson after practicing law in Kerrville, Texas. At Wynne/Jackson, Mr. Jackson has overseen the creation of several municipal utility districts, zoned several hundred acres for development, led multiple city negotiations with various departments, as well as overseen the construction on many development projects. Mr. Jackson is currently involved in zoning, due diligence, project management, engineering oversight and contract compliance.
Mr. Jackson graduated Cum Laude with honors in the Classics from Hampden-Sydney College with a BA in Greek and Latin. Later, Mr. Jackson attended the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece. Mr. Jackson graduated from Southern Methodist University Law School, where he earned a Juris Doctorate. He was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1995. In 2003 after several years of study, Mr. Jackson graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary with a CCS degree. Mr. Jackson holds a salesperson license from the Texas Real Estate Commission.
Mr. Jackson is a member of ULI and is past Chair of the Community Development Council. Mr. Jackson is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Dallas Arboretum, Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Ferguson Road Initiative, and former Vice Chair of the Cultural Affairs Commission of the City of Dallas. Mr. Jackson attends New St. Peters Presbyterian Church and is a Deacon and is the past moderator of the Deaconate. Christopher, his wife Cari, and their seven children reside in Old Lake Highlands.
Juris Doctorate, Southern Methodist University
Bachelor of Arts, Greek and Latin, Hampden-Sydney College, Cum Laude
CCS Degree, Westminster Theological Seminary
Licensed Real Estate Salesman