- Category: Notable BIPOC Executives
- Number of years working in your current industry: 25
- Undergrad degree/university: Bachelor's of Science - Business Administration/Cardinal Stritch University
- Graduate degree/university: Master's in Business Administration/University of Wisconsin – Parkside
Kamaljit Jackson, vice president of programs and operations at the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corp. is known as the “glue” of the organization.
“There is always the pause in the conversation where we say, ‘Let’s ask K.C.,’” said Christina Knudsen, vice president of development and communications at WWBIC.
“Her expertise, planning skills, forward thinking, visionary direction and overall caring for clients is what makes our organization tick. Our needle moves because Kamaljit believes in what we do, who we serve and how we will get there. Her senior leadership creates and designs our work,” she said.
Jackson was the recipient of the GoLeanSixSigma “Wonder Woman of Quality” award. She also serves as a board member with the Kenosha Area Family & Aging Services Inc. and as a volunteer for the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization.
“Her heart guides her work,” Knudsen said.