Virginia State Director Audrey Jackson
Audrey, who now lives outside of Richmond, grew up in Rockingham County. Audrey received her B.S. in History and Social Sciences from Eastern Mennonite University.
Upon graduating from Eastern Mennonite, Audrey managed the 2005 House of Delegate race for Matthew Lohr, now Commissioner of Agriculture. After a victory in 2005, Audrey went on to serve as his Legislative Director for several General Assembly sessions. Audrey then moved to Richmond and was offered a position with the National Federation of Independent Business, where she worked with numerous small business owners throughout Virginia.
In 2009, Audrey was part of the winning grassroots campaign for Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. After serving on the Attorney General’s transition team, Audrey was appointed Director of Legislative and Government Affairs for the Office of the Attorney General. Audrey had the privilege of working and building coalitions on various successful policy initiatives including; a constitutional amendment on property rights, several mental health reform measures, various public safety initiatives, and numerous government reform efforts.
Audrey’s career serving the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia has allowed her to work and establish relationships with federal, state and local organizations such as chambers of commerce, county and municipal governments, civic groups, not-for-profit organizations and with various advocacy groups.
When Audrey is not fighting for conservative principles, she enjoys spending time with her husband Hampton enjoying the unique beauty of Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley, fishing on the eastern shore, taking her beloved Labrador Charlie for a swim in one of Virginia’s waterways or spending time at the shooting range.