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Lewis Duane Jackson

Lewis Duane Jackson, American architect, urban planner. Recipient Progressive Architecture award Progressive Architecture, 1979; named one of Outstanding Young Men of America, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1982. Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Minority Developers Association (founding.

Background

  • Jackson, Lewis Duane was born on October 13, 1949 in Brooklyn. Son of Harold Turner and Annie (Belton) Jackson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Hampton Institute, 1971. Minecraft Coder Pack, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1973, Master of Architecture, 1978. Diploma Minority Developers Executive Training Program Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1987-1988.

      Instructor department Afro-American Studies Northeastern University, Boston, 1973-1975. Director Winchester Committee for A Better Chance, Inc., 1973-1975. Associate director, senior planner Heritage Square Planning Project, Urban League of Greater New Orleans, 1975-1976.

      Architectural designer Wallace, Floyd, Ellenzweig, Moore, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1978-1980, Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc., 1980-1981. Project architect Mintz Associates, Inc., Boston, 1981. Principal Lewis Jackson and Associates, Boston, 1981-1985, Migliassi/Jackson and Associates, Inc., Boston, since 1985.

      Principal Urban Investment Associates, Inc., Boston, since 1985. Cons in field. Trustee Andover-Newton Theological Seminary, Newton, Massachusetts, since 1985, St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church, Cambridge, 1979-1985. Member committee National Urban League, New York City, 1983-1986.

      Commissioner Metropolitan Area Planning Council. Regional advisory board directors BayBank Boston N.A. Past president Fort Hill civic Association, Boston.

      Past board directors New Orleans Health Planning Council, Winchester Committee for a Better Chance, Massachusetts, member development committee Park School, Brookline, Massachusetts, design review committee Roxbury Community College, Boston. Jurist design awards. Member advisory board Boys and Girls Club Roxbury.

    Career

    • Instructor department Afro-American Studies Northeastern University, Boston, 1973-1975. Board directors BayBank Boston N.A. Jurist design awards.

    Membership

    Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Minority Developers Association (founding.

    Personality

    Interests

    Board sailing, tennis, horseback riding, carpentry.

    Connections

    • Married Deborah Christine Hooper, September 25, 1971. Children: Leigh Dana, Jeffrey Brian.
    • father: Harold Turner Jackson
    • mother: Annie (Belton) Jackson
    • spouse: Deborah Christine Hooper
    • children: Leigh Dana Jackson
    • Jeffrey Brian Jackson
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    Born October 13, 1949
    (age 68)
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