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Lee Frazer Jackson

Lee Frazer Jackson, American city finance executive. Board directors Williams College Alumni Executive Committee, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1988-1991; trustee Boston Center International Visitors, since 1989, Dimock Community Health Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts, since 1989; vice Chairman National Infrastructure Bond Coalition, since 1990.

Background

  • Jackson, Lee Frazer was born on May 12, 1958 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, United States. Son of Luther Porter Junior and Nettie (Lee) Jackson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Economics, Williams College, 1979. Master of Business Administration, Stanford University, 1983.

    Career

    • Economist United States Department Energy, Washington, 1979-1981. Investment banker, associate Kidder Peabody & Company, New York City, 1983-1986, investment banker, assistant vice president San Francisco, 1986-1987. Investment banker, vice president Salomon Brothers, 1987, 1st Boston Corporation, San Francisco, 1987-1988.

      Collector-treasurer City of Boston, since 1988. Trustee National Urban League, New York City, 1988-1990, Urban League Eastern Massachusetts, Boston, since 1988.

    Membership

    Board directors Williams College Alumni Executive Committee, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1988-1991. Trustee Boston Center International Visitors, since 1989, Dimock Community Health Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts, since 1989. Vice Chairman National Infrastructure Bond Coalition, since 1990.

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel, photography, biking, volleyball.

    Connections

    • father: Luther Porter Jackson Junior
    • mother: Nettie (Lee) Jackson
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    Born March 12, 1958
    (age 58)
    Nationality
    • 1979
      Williams College
    • 1983
      Stanford University
    • 1979 - 1981
      Economist, United States Department Energy
      Washington, United States
    • 1986 - 1987
      investment banker
    • 1987 - 1988
      investment banker
      San Francisco, California, United States
    • 1988
      collector-treasurer City of Boston