SullivanStrickler Appoints New Vice President of Global Accounts to Drive Continued Growth
Industry veteran Jennifer Jackson joins SullivanStrickler as they continue expansion.
Atlanta, GA—October 31, 2018—SullivanStrickler LLC announced today the hiring of industry veteran Jennifer Jackson as Vice President of Global Accounts, based in the company’s Atlanta headquarters. Jennifer has worked in the legal technology and services market for 20 years in business development, consulting and leadership. She began her legal services career at IKON working in a variety of business growth roles for what became Ricoh USA.
In her new role as Vice President of Global Accounts, Jennifer will primarily be working with corporations in collaboration with their law firms to help bridge the gap between Legal, Risk and IT departments by developing solutions to complex data availability issues. She will be focused on both national and international markets in further service of SullivanStrickler’s growing client base. With her deep experience in corporate litigation and data services, Jennifer will be especially valuable to corporate clients and a great addition to the diverse and knowledgeable team at SullivanStrickler.
“I am honored to be working with such a talented, experienced team of data engineers who are exceptionally client-focused,” shared Jennifer Jackson. “I have seen the quality of the services and tools as a former client of SullivanStrickler and am impressed with their developments. I’m excited to present these solutions that will enable change for companies with complex data problems, helping to reduce storage costs, risk, while speeding up time to data.”
“SullivanStrickler is thrilled to welcome Jennifer to the organization,” said Brendan Sullivan, . “Jennifer adds expertise in all areas of legal services and the skill set to help drive our business forward while providing clients with a game changing solution to their live and legacy data availability challenges.”
Jennifer has also spent much of her time in volunteer type work and mentoring startup companies. Most notably she serves on the board of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF) and helps women-owned startups emerge and develop in Africa.
Want to learn more about Jennifer and her new role with SullivanStrickler? Jennifer can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.